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Khatwa aims to build and develop the skill set of retirees, encouraging Qatari nationals to launch their own SME projects and transform their business ideas into successful enterprisesThe Peninsula - 10-Jan-2017
Qatar and Morocco signed several agreements and memoranda of understanding following the 6th meeting of the Qatari-Moroccan Joint Supreme Committee held yesterday at the Emiri Diwan under the co-chairmanship of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani and the Moroccan Prime Minister Abdelillah Benkirane. The meeting was attended by a number ofGulf Times - 05-Apr-2016
Across the GCC, public pension funds amount to $397 billion, representing nearly a quarter of GDP and US$15,000 per national.Oman Daily Observer - 06-Oct-2015
06 October 2015Gulf pension funds worth $397 billionKuwait has the best capitalized fundJEDDAH -- Public pension funds across the GCC amount to $397 billion, representing nearly a quarter of GDP and $15,000 per national, EY's GCC Wealth and Asset Management 2015 report "Fast growth, divergent paths", launched at the FundForum Middle East 2015 revealed. GCC governments are relooking at existing modThe Saudi Gazette - 06-Oct-2015
06 October 2015GCC public pension funds hit $397bnDOHA: The size of GCC's public pension funds stands at $397bn, representing nearly a quarter of the GDP and $15,000 per national. Kuwait has the best capitalized fund, EY's GCC Wealth and Asset Management 2015 report noted.Qatar's pension assets are also sizeable relative to the population, following a capital injection from the Ministry of FinanceThe Peninsula - 06-Oct-2015
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The UAE is embracing technology innovation with a vengeance and has seen digital payment systems become a key area of focus.