The blockade enforced five months ago to the State of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt has become the gravest diplomatic crisis in the history in the GCC area. The current emir, Tamim Al-Thani, that came to power in 2013 and is 37 years old,... Read More
This past month we strengthened our strategy and our team in the UK. Claudio Rodríguez Vera, tax adviser and abogado, moved to our office in Southampton, giving coverage to our clients in the Southeast region, while Julio Prieto has just become a European lawyer and is working from our offices... Read More
Today September 25th, PRISA Group and Dar Al Sharq Group from #Qatar have signed and agreement in Madrid to launch #AS_Arabia, the largest Spanish Sports Digital Platform in Arabic for the Arab world. With this agreement Diario AS takes a major step on its option for the international market.
At Del... Read More
This year August has been an unusual month at Del Canto Chambers. Unlike previous years, there has been a lot of activity in our offices in Madrid, London and Doha, which has given us the opportunity to combine some holidays with business.
Also an unusual month due to the terror attacks... Read More
León Fernando del Canto has published an opinion article in the newspaper The Peninsula Qatar on the importance and need to strengthen the Hispano-Arab dialogue. The article is translated from the original published in El Pais in Spanish as “Veintiséis millones de razones”.
Through an historical analysis of both cultures, he... Read More
Gulf tax revolution: Qatar approves VAT bill
Qatar has approved a bill for the implementation of VAT and other taxes in 2018. The rest of Gulf countries will also introduce measures of this type.
The Qatari government has recently approved a proposal for legislation to introduce the VAT tax and another rate... Read More
Qatar amends its arbitration law to attract foreign investment
The Qatari government has approved a new arbitration law adapted to the international standards on commercial law that are marked by the United Nations.
Qatar is one of the most important investment destinations in the Middle East, and for some years now it... Read More
Qatar to invest 5 billion pounds in UK
Qatar announces that it will invest a total of £5 billion over the next three to five years in transport, real estate and digital technology infrastructures.
The Qatari government, through the Ministry of Finance, has announced that it will invest some 5,000 million pounds... Read More
Three Qatari banks' merger could result in the largest Islamic bank in the country
Qatari banks Masraf Al Rayan, Barwa Bank and International Bank of Qatar (IBQ) could merger in the largest Islamic bank in Qatar after Qatar National Bank (QNB), being the first Islamic bank in the country. If executed,... Read More
Qatar is one of the world's leading countries in the Middle East in real estate investments, especially after its recent acquisitions in the heart of New York.
Global investments in the real estate market made by Middle East countries reached the first half of 2016 close to 8.8 billion Euros (about... Read More
Economic relations of Britain and Qatar could be strengthened as a result of the British departure from the European Union.
Brexit and Qatar:The exit of the UK from the European Union, embodied in the referendum last June, will mean more economic and business opportunities for Qatar and the Gulf countries.
Taking into... Read More
The Qatari bank increase more than ten points its billing only in the first half of this year.
The Qatari's bank IQQB, the leading lender in Qatar, has got a net profit of 110.7 million euros in the first half of 2016, a 1.1% more than in the same last-year period... Read More