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Hamad Port acquires 28% share in Middle East trade

DOHA: Minister of Transport and Communications H E Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti said (Oct./09/2018) that Hamad Port has acquired 28 percent share in the volume of trade in the Middle East.

The share of Hamad Port in the volume of trade in Qatar in terms of exports and imports has reached 95 percent, which makes the port an important port of the economy and contributes effectively to people’s daily lives.

He added that Hamad Port currently connects more than 40 ports with over 24 shipping services and offers a wide range of guaranteed and reliable options for its customers.

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