With its “Vision 2030”, Qatar is all set to achieve the new heights of success focused on the four inevitable pillars of development: economic, social, human and environmental. Apart from getting large revenues from oil and gas sectors, Qatar is majorly investing in other sectors like real estate projects & tenders.
Qatar has the highest per capita income, but it still aspires for more and it has relaxed its business regulations to encourage more foreign participation in the city. Qatar is wisely investing its wealth in the infrastructure which it’s leading non-oil booming sector and is successfully paving the path for the city’s economic growth in the future.
The most emphasized large-scale projects include a rail and metro network, new roads, a network of new hotels, the new Doha Port as well as the new Hamad International Airport. Qatar emphasizes on getting an advanced infrastructure to benefit its citizens and visitors from a modern transport network of roads, ports and international airports and is also focused on further guarantying swift connections to all areas of the country with more investments in these construction projects.
Looking at these points, one can easily say that among all the countries in the Middle East, Qatar offers one of the most promising business opportunities for the investors in the present as well as future.