In its report that includes the preliminary figures of the value of exports of domestic goods, re-exports and imports for October 2020, the Planning and Statistics Authority said, the total exports of goods in October
Qatar's role in the global supply chain seemed intact as its merchandise sector, amidst the Covid-19 challenges, saw a 6.6% month-on-month expansion in trade surplus to QR6.25bn this July ...
Qatar's trade surplus amounted to QR12.51bn in January 2020 with Asia accounting for about 72% of the country's exports, according to the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA).
A faster expansion in exports helped Qatar register a 3.5% month-on-month increase in trade surplus to QR13.56bn in May this year, according to the official estimates.
A robust double-digit expansion in shipments to Asian countries helped Qatar's trade surplus grow more than 28% year-on-year to QR16.19bn in November 2018, according to official estimates.
Robust surge in the shipments of crude and non-crude helped Qatar more than double its trade surplus year-on-year to QR18.99bn in October 2018, according to official figures.
The country's trade surplus registered 49.3% and 10.7% increase on yearly and monthly basis respectively.
The country's trade surplus for the entire 2017 saw a 49% year-on-year growth to QR136.83bn as exports witnessed double-digit growth.
The Qatar Stock Exchange lost a sizeable 366 points in its key barometer and QR20bn in capitalisation as dividend woes had cast its spell this week.
A robust expansion of exports, especially to South Korea, helped Qatar report about a 55% surge month-on-month in trade surplus to QR12.84bn in November this year ...