Qatar, according to the latest Global Financial Center Index or GFCI 14 from the Z/Yen Group, is the top financial center in the Middle East.
According to Egypt's central bank governor, the country had received USD7 billion of Gulf aid out of the USD12 billion pledges from Gulf countries.
Sofitel would be opening hotels in Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
The return by Egypt of USD2 billion to Qatar is a sign of growing tensions between the two countries.
The second largest oil producer in Qatar, Occidental Petroleum Corp, is offering a minority share in its Middle Eastern operations.
The USD2 billion deposit by the Qatari government in support of former Egyptian President Mursi's government was converted to bonds by the current administration in Egypt.
RWE and Qatar are currently holding talks about possible purchase of RWE's DEA oil and gas exploration and production unit.
United Development Corp of Qatar is seeking to finalize a loan to complete its project.
Final sale details for Printemps ongoing for Borletti and Qatari Royal Family.
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