Slew of initiatives to boost private sector: Mohannadi Dec 10, 2019 0 760 12345 Satyendra Pathak Doha The Technical Committee for the Encouragement and Participation of the Private Sector in Economic Development Projects is working with the government to review existing laws, rules and regulations to ensure the ease of doing business in Qatar, the committee’s head said on Monday. Speaking at the Improving Qatar’s Business Environment Forum in Doha, Khamis al Mohannadi, head of the committee, said many initiatives like awarding projects to private sector under the public-private partnership (PPP) model, introduction of single window system and new laws to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are being taken to boost private sector in the country. “There is always an opportunity for improvement, and that the committee aims to promote and expand the growth of the private sector. We want to get closer to the challenges it faces and work to overcome them,” he said. He said that a committee to review the rise in fees imposed by government agencies in relation to the business sector will be formed soon. RELATED ARTICLES Amir, Kagame unveil monument of anti-corruption award Dec 10, 2019 0 1166 Amir, Rwandan president honour winners of anti-corruption award Dec 10, 2019 0 912 ‘Qatar stands with GOPAC to eliminate corruption’ Dec 10, 2019 0 732 SC celebrates 15 mn safe work hours in Al Thumama Stadium SC celebrates 15 mn safe work hours in Al Thumama Stadium Amir’s tweet I thank President Paul Kagame and the Government of Rwanda for hosting this year’s Anti-Corruption Award ceremony. I also thank those in charge of the award and congratulate the winners for their distinguished efforts .. Qatar attends preparatory meeting for Gulf Summit The 145th session of the Ministerial Preparatory Council for the 40th Session of the GCC Supreme Council was held in Riyadh on Monday with the participation of Qatar. The delegation of Qatar to the meeting was chaired by ..