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Preliminary data suggests Qatar’s economy grew by 0.9% y/y in Q1 this year, up from 0.5% in Q4 2018. The oil sector performance turned positive after four quarters of contraction, with non-oil activity also showing some improvement. With recent developments suggesting a loss of momentum in Q2, Oxford Economics have cut their 2019 GDP growth forecast to a below-consensus 1.3%.
The pace of recovery is expected to improve in the medium term, amid ongoing investment ahead of World Cup 2022, with growth forecast to average 2.9% between 2020 and 2022.
"Cityscape Qatar offers a large variety of investment opportunities that can be found in exhibiting companies during show days."
Ministry of Justice
"We made new rencontres at Cityscape Qatar, and opened new opportunities."
Anatolian Real Estate
"Having been invited as a panel speaker to Cityscape was a tremendous honor. Cityscape is the leading exhibition in the GCC when it comes to such events and as a hotelier I am happy to see that the organizers have a very holistic approach to the subject and consider hotels an integral part of the development and fabric of real estate."
Chris K. Franzen, Area Vice President State of Qatar & Sultanate of Oman, General Manager Grand Hyatt Doha Hotel & Villas
"I consider that the show would be interesting for various reasons, as the displayed models for the various projects were excellent, and it provides the good rental and buying opportunities for those interested in the real estate."
Cityscape Qatar 2018 Visitor