Doha is working toward taking on rivals in the Gulf Cooperation Council by trying to attract overseas investment. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
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Qatar Financial Center wants to attract companies other than just banks and asset managers to position itself as a multi-faceted business hub with better access than the country's rival Dubai to markets including Turkey, Pakistan and Kuwait. The new strategy is focused on building out four "clusters" for activities ranging from sports to media, Yousuf Al-Jaida, chief executive officer of the Qatar Financial Center Authority, said in Doha.Doha is working toward taking on rivals in the Gulf Cooperation Council by trying to attract overseas investment and developing into a bigger business hub.
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