BMI View: Four new shopping centres in Q416 and H117 will see increased spending from both wealthy
expats and Qataris, as the capital Doha seeks to usurp Dubai's seat of regional dominance in retail
infrastructure and supply. Household spending will increase by 8.2% i ..."
BMI View: Tourism is a key growth area for the Qatari government and the country is seeing extensive
investment in transport and accommodation infrastructure, both as a run up to hosting the 2022 Fifa World
Cup and as part of the wider tourism growth strategy. We ex ..."
BMI View: As the international oil and gas markets have stabilised, the expansion of Qatar's retail sector
is becoming less precarious. We project household spending to grow by 6.8% in 2016, accelerating to 8.2%
in 2017. The opening of four major shopping centr ..."
BMI View: Qatar's tourism industry is set for continued growth over the next four years as the government
and private industry continue to invest. There will be continued spending on transport infrastructure, due to
high profile international sporting events (such as ..."
BMI View: Despite the recent oil and gas slump, Qatar's economy will remain relatively resilient
throughout our forecast period, from 2016-2020, with notable infrastructure projects, like the FIFA world
cup, providing important support. We believe this will bode well ..."
BMI View: The outlook for Qatar's tourism industry is highly positive. The country is hosting several high
profile global sporting events over the next decade and as well as boosting investment in supporting
infrastructure. These events will also help to grow Qatar's ..."
BMI View: The recent global oil & gas volatility will have a significant impact on Qatar's economy and
retail sector and major infrastructure projects like the FIFA world cup in 2022 will continue to provide a
stable platform for economic growth over the next seven ye ..."
Qatar has a strong tourism industry, with a well-established hotel sector and healthy support from the
government. Inbound tourist arrivals are set to see significant growth in the coming years, as the country
continues to up its marketing efforts in key regions. The ..."
BMI View: The sharp decline in oil prices is unlikely to cause serious damage to Qatar's economy and
retail sector. Multiple nationwide projects, including World Cup 2022, the Doha metro and the expansion
of Hamad International Airport, will stimulate the country's ec ..."
BMI View: With strong governmental support, excellent infrastructure and an expanding hotel base, Qatar
is set for five years of tourism growth. Inbound arrivals are set to increase as the country expands its
leisure tourism industry, and major international sporting ..."