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Qatar Free Zones Authority Attends The Big 5 – Construct Qatar

Qatar Free Zone Authority

Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) is participating in The Big 5 – Construct Qatar event in Doha, Qatar’s biggest annual gathering of representatives from across the construction sector. The event takes place between 23 – 25 September at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.

In addition to participating with a booth at the event, QFZA hosted a workshop on opportunities for construction stakeholders in the fast-growing Qatar Free Zones at Ras Bufontas and Umm Alhoul. The workshop focused on the various competitive advantages of the zones and investment activity to date.

Qatar Free Zone Authority

QFZA will host meetings with a wide range of key players in the space, and encourages investors and company representatives attending the exhibition to meet the QFZA team to learn more about the investment opportunities and incentives offered to investors at Qatar Free Zones.

Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) was established in 2018 to oversee and regulate world-class free zones in Qatar and to secure fixed investments within the zones. QFZA offers outstanding opportunities and benefits for businesses seeking to establish operations and expand regionally and globally, providing quality infrastructure, a skilled workforce, 100% foreign ownership, access to investment funds, tax exemptions and partnership opportunities with Qatari entities.

Find out more about the Qatar Free Zones Authority on their website.

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