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The result of the discussion was not to merge the article. Bilby (talk) 23:44, 11 January 2012 (UTC)
Horrible idea to merge Qatarization with this article. Qatarization is a process of making all job-holders in Qatar Qataris. This has enormous social implications throughout the world - definitely a notable event.
I suggest we get rid of the merger proposal. The best thing that can be done is expand the Qatarization article, make a small section here that says main article: Qatarization. Ratibgreat (talk) 07:20, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
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"Qatar is now the richest country in the Muslim world"
Surely this isn't the whole truth. I assume that this is per capita of course and anyway it should say "Qatar is now the richest country in the world"? GDP per capita is ranked the highest in the world by most studies recently at well over US$100k per annum per capita.--ЗAНИAtalkWB talk] 23:01, 25 March 2013 (UTC)
Hello everyone, I am working for the International Trade Centre (ITC), a UN/WTO agency that aims to promote sustainable economic development through trade promotion. I would like to propose the addition of an external link (http://www.macmap.org/QuickSearch/FindTariff/FindTariff.aspx?subsite=open_access&country=SCC634%7cQatar&source=1%7CITC) that leads directly to our online database of customs tariffs applied by Qatar. Visitors can easily look up market access information for Qatar by selecting the product and partner of their interest. I would like you to consider this link under the WP:ELYES #3 prescriptions. Moreover, the reliability and the pertinence of this link can be supported by the following facts 1) ITC is part of the United Nations, and aims to share trade and market access data on by country and product as a global public good 2) No registration is required to access this information 3) Market access data (Tariffs and non-tariff measures) are regularly updated
Thank you, Divoc (talk) 16:06, 20 October 2014 (UTC)