Qatar scored 77 on a 100-point scale in the Private-Sector Opportunity to Improve Well-Being: The 2016 Sustainable Economic Development Assessment. That's down slightly from last year, when it had a 78.6.
The report by New World Wealth found that the number of wealthy people – which it terms “high net worth individuals,” or those with more than US$1 million (QR3.64 million) in net assets – in Qatar has increased by 80 percent since 2007.
A total of 30 “special” white and black license plate numbers were up for grabs at last night’s auction. Almost all four-digit plates involved 20th and 21st Century years such as 1990, 1969, 1985, 2014, etc.