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Among Qataris, more men (28%) attend sports events than women (17%).
Therefore, I think enhancing the image of nursing is a must to attract more Qataris to the programme.
The QCB has mandated that the human resource manager of any bank has to be a Qatari, and the post cannot be filled by others under any circumstances.
A group of Qatari employees at Maersk Oil have completed the latest stage of its Qatari Development Programme, which aims to develop the leaders of tomorrow.
Qatari executives privately suggested earlier this year that the fact that Qataris represent a small minority of the population and that Qatari clubs have hitherto refrained from reaching out to the non-Qatari public may not be the only reasons for low match attendance.
Research shows 73 per cent of Qatari men and women aged between 18 and 31 see academic parity as important.
About 6 in 10 young Qataris also say they have access to money to start a company (61%) and access to training on how to start a business (58%).
Vodafone Qatar has recognised the genuine and deepest intent shown by the Emir HH Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani and the Heir Apparent HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to promote the welfare of all Qatari citizens.
THE MULTIMILLION euro deal with Qatari investors to develop prime real estate in the capital appears to have been put on hold, possibly as a result of the recent turmoil in the Arab world.
Our efforts in the recruitment, training and retainment of Qataris at IBQ have been recognized by the Ministry of Labour.
The Qataris denied that the threats were a factor in their decision, citing technical problems.
Consumption of power and water in Qatar has been rising fast because both have been supplied to the Qatari nationals free of charge.
Among them 117 were Qataris and 280 were non-Qataris.
All their events are facilitated by Qataris, so attendees can see the culture from the perspective of its own people.
Even if Qataris were able to vote in Egyptian elections, they wouldn't be able to make a difference due to their small population.