| DOHA, April 30 (KUNA) -- Qatar Telecommunications Company (Qtel) said on Monday that the company's net profit reached Qatari Riyal (QAR) 711 million in the first quarter of 2012, a 12 percent decrease when compared to same period of last year.
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Q-TEL stands for Qatar Telecommunications Company (also seen as Qtel)
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Business leaders like Qatar Telecommunications Company Chairman Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed al Thani, Qatari Diar CEO Mohamed Ali al Hedfa, Managing Director of Hamad Medical Corporation Dr Hanan al Kuwari, Qatar Tourism Authority Chairman Ahmed bin Adullah al Nuaimi and Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al Baker will address the various sessions.
Qtel, Qatar telecommunications company, continues to invest time and energy in solutions that enable Qatari companies to improve efficiencies and make their businesses easier to manage.
Omantel lost its mobile phone monopoly when Nawras, which is 70pc owned by Qatar Telecommunications Company, started operations in March 2005.
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MANAMA: Qatar telecommunications company Qtel has received a thumbs up from TAIB Bank research which advised investors to remain overweight in the stock.
Omantel lost its mobile phone monopoly when Nawras, which is 70 percent owned by Qatar Telecommunications Company started operations in March 2005.
Qatar Telecommunications Company (Qtel) runs the only mobile and fixed-line networks in Qatar, which also plans to sell another fixed-line licence in a tender opening next year, Fagan said, declining to be more specific.