CNBC Arabia announced as official Arabic broadcaster for QBX-Expo

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Sedeer Media has announced that CNBC Arabia will be the Official Arabic Broadcaster and will be provide live coverage of QBX-Expo.

The 1st International Exhibition for Support Services and Business Solutions in Qatar will be held 10-12 January in 2016.

CNBC Arabia is a 24-hour Arabic language financial and business information television channel. It covers regional and international affairs from an Arab economic perspective.

Its daily program schedule features the region's business news summary, including regional stock market summary, regional corporate news, news about women in business, news about green businesses, and personal finance.

It also includes covering the financial and economic developments concentrating on how they affect the Middle East and the whole world.

Qatar Living, Qatar's most popular social networking and community platform, will also be a media partner for this exhibition.

For more info, please visit www.qbx-expo.com

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