Free Trade Agreements Qatar

The EU is also Qatar`s third-largest trading partner and largest import partner, with total trade between the two countries reaching a record high of around $25.7 billion in 2011, before falling back to $21 billion in 2012 and around $20.1 billion in 2013, according to the EC. EU imports from Qatar increased by 128.3% in 2010 to around $10.5 billion and increased by a further 71.5% in 2011 to around $18.9 billion. before falling 23.8% and 13.2% in 2012 and 2013 to nearly $11.9 billion, although it was still more than three times higher than that of 2008 imports, which amounted to about $4.3 billion. Qatar`s EU imports reached $8.1 billion in 2013, just over a quarter (26.3%) of total imports this year. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS: the MDPS report “Quarterly Sequence of Economic Accounts for the Total Economy” for the second quarter of 2014 showed that the value of Freeon Board (FOB) exports increased by 2.4% to DQ 135.09 billion (37 billion lire). USD) increased from DQ 131.89 billion ($36.1 billion) in the same quarter of 2013 and driven by higher exports in the travel and transportation categories. The share of exports in nominal GDP this quarter was estimated at 71.2%, compared to 75.3% in the first quarter of 2014 and 74.2% in the second quarter of 2013. The export market is dominated by hydrocarbons, with net revenues of $US 42 billion in 2013 and $US 21 billion since the beginning of the year in June 2014, according to the US Energy Information Administration. The value of Qatari exports (excluding re-exports) amounted to DQD492.38 billion ($135 billion) in 2013, according to the MDPS, of which 88.6% came from fuels and lubricants. . . .