The Advisory Council's Internal and External Affairs committee is expected to complete its study on the draft law regulating the entry, exit and residence of foreign workers at its meeting today.
Some motorists have expressed concern over the quality of services provided by "mobile" car wash attendants stationed in the parking lots of malls and hypermarkets.
Automobile distributors in Qatar have to obtain a signed statement from their customers saying that they are aware of the repairs done to the vehicles they are buying, the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) said.
The cost of construction materials in Qatar is likely to jump as the host nation intensifies infrastructure building ahead of the 2022 World Cup, and other building projects could finish late as a result, industry experts say.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has initiated action against six mobile shops found selling used mobile sets as brand-new to customers.
The shops are at Barwa Commercial City and in Al Gharafa.
The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has announced a major overhaul of the Old Airport's residential and commercial areas starting this Saturday.
The Supreme Education Council (SEC) has urged employers to ensure they are not hiring people with fake education certificates.
The Supreme Council of Health (SCH) yesterday issued a circular to ports to ban the entry of two Malaysian food products under the trademark Santan.
Qatar Petroleum (QP) has announced that its ''well-planned restructuring" has been completed and has no plans to extend the 'right sizing" process.
"We have "right-sized" our organisation to be more dynamic and efficient and it's complete as per our original plans.
The Iftar tents set up across Qatar during the holy month of Ramadan is a boon to a large number of expatriate bachelors, especially those in the low-income group.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs blacklisted 807 companies for violation of labour laws in the first half of this year.
The ministry has so far banned 3,913 companies — around five percent of the total number of companies registered in Qatar.
The Advisory Council reviewed the draft law that regulates the entrance, exit and residency of expatriates in Qatar on Monday and decided to send it back to legislative committee for more revisions.