Qatar’s Barwa eyes possible Malaysia venture

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Qatar’s leading real estate company, the Barwa Group, is keen to venture into Malaysia in a partnership and is also urging Malaysian companies to seek opportunities in Qatar.

According to a Bernama article, Barwa Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Ahmad Abdulla Al-Abdulla said his company was encouraged by the business success of other GCC companies in Malaysia.

“Before the end of this quarter, we will go there and study the opportunity,” he was quoted as saying. “Hopefully, we can make the decision before the year end.”

Al-Abdulla was speaking after the Malaysia Services Exhibition 2012 at Barwa headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

Barwa is one of Qatar’s top real estate and investment companies, having already made successful ventures into 13 countries since it was established in 2005.

Al-Abdulla said Malaysia has gained a wealth of experience in developing their own country and he would like to see some of that knowledge coming to Qatar, which has embarked on a National Vision 2030 programme to develop human, social, economic and environment platforms and become a modern nation.

“Qatar has plenty to be done for 2022 (FIFA World Cup) and for the masterplan 2030,” he said.

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Qatar’s leading real estate company, the Barwa Group, is keen to venture into Malaysia in a partnership and is also urging Malaysian companies to seek opportunities in Qatar. According to a Bernama article, Barwa Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Ahmad Abdulla Al-Abdulla said his company was encouraged by the business success of other GCC companies in Malaysia. "Before the end of this quarter, we will go there and study the opportunity,” he was quoted as saying. “Hopefully, we can make the decision before the year end.” Al-Abdulla was speaking after the Malaysia Services Exhibition 2012 at Barwa headquarters in Doha,...

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Qatar’s leading real estate company, the Barwa Group, is keen to venture into Malaysia in a partnership and is also urging Malaysian companies to seek opportunities in Qatar.

According to a Bernama article, Barwa Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Ahmad Abdulla Al-Abdulla said his company was encouraged by the business success of other GCC companies in Malaysia.

“Before the end of this quarter, we will go there and study the opportunity,” he was quoted as saying. “Hopefully, we can make the decision before the year end.”

Al-Abdulla was speaking after the Malaysia Services Exhibition 2012 at Barwa headquarters in Doha, Qatar.

Barwa is one of Qatar’s top real estate and investment companies, having already made successful ventures into 13 countries since it was established in 2005.

Al-Abdulla said Malaysia has gained a wealth of experience in developing their own country and he would like to see some of that knowledge coming to Qatar, which has embarked on a National Vision 2030 programme to develop human, social, economic and environment platforms and become a modern nation.

“Qatar has plenty to be done for 2022 (FIFA World Cup) and for the masterplan 2030,” he said.

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