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General Retirement and Social Insurance Authority - Qatar

Also known as: GRSIA, General Retirement & Social Insurance Authority

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Business Summary Provides retirement benefits for the government and private sectors. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Government Established In 2002 Primary Sector Governmental Institutions Number of Employees 90

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General Retirement & Social Insurance Authority - Qatar Building
Mohammed Bin Thani Service Road
Bin Omran Area
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