Qatar is a desert peninsula extending into the Persian Gulf. The country’s forward-looking approach is exemplified by its ultramodern architecture, blending modernity with ancient Islamic design.

A robust and stable economy is fuelled by meticulous planning and strategic diversification efforts. Industry serves as a catalyst for economic growth and the country’s vast natural gas reserves are the primary driver for the sector.

Industrial development has been concentrated around Ras Laffan Industrial City and Mesaieed Industrial Area. Both serve as vital hubs for the country’s natural gas industry and have been instrumental in establishing Qatar as a global energy leader. Ras Bufontas Free Zone and Umm AlHoul Free Zone are strategically located near Hamad International Airport and Hamad Port and focus on core sectors.

Qatar’s efforts to establish a knowledge-based economy are based on human capital, digital infrastructure, an enabling regulatory environment, and a critical mass of innovation hubs.