QATAR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (QCCI)
Qatar chamber of commerce and industry was established in 1963. The members of the board of directors were appointed by an Emiri decree until the law No 11 for 1966 was issued to stipulate that these members be chosen by free direct ballot.
The chamber is concerned with the collection of information and statistics of interest to those working in the field of trade, industry and agriculture, and with providing government authorities with the required data and information on trade, industry and agriculture. Moreover it provides consultations about the establishment of stock markets and the organization of trade, industrial and agricultural exhibitions and markets.
As a committed member of the World Trade Organization and international financing organizations, Qatar has completed its integration in the international free trade and economy order. It does not levy personal income taxes or export fees. Customs duties are as low as 4%. With a distinguished banking system and no restrictions on the movement of capitals from the country, the whole of Qatar represents a free economic zone in which investors can make considerable gains.
Qatar fully integrates into the international free trade and economy system, and represents a committed member to the World Trade Organization, in addition to being a member of the international financing bodies. Qatar is distinguished by having a good banking sector, as there are no restrictions on the transfer of capital abroad; making it a free trade zone that investors can make significant financial profits from.