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The State of Qatar continues to lead at the global level in many indicators, the latest of which is the trademarks index, as the State of Qatar recorded a significant improvement of 10% and by $23 billion in the index of the most powerful brands of countries for the year 2023 issued by the international agency Brand Finance.

According to a report by "Qatar TV"The value of the trademarks of the State of Qatar amounted to 240 billion dollars in the current year 2023, compared to 217 billion dollars in the classification of last year 2022.

The classification of the State of Qatar also advanced 7 places in the classification of the sub-index of influence, to rank 14th in the world, and it also rose on the global sub-index by 5 places, to 25th in the world.

The country’s brand benefited from the Qatar World Cup 2022, the investments of the Qatar Investment Authority, Qatar Airways, and the best airport in the world, Hamad International Airport, in addition to companies that own global investments such as Katara Hospitality, Qatar National Bank and Qatar Energy.

Qatar is witnessing a major development in terms of investment openness to become more attractive and flexible, while Qatar enjoys the best overall economic stability rates at a level of nearly 99 out of 100.

Qatar ranks first in the Arab world in entrepreneurship, first in the world in the Numbeo Safety Index for the year 2022, second in the Middle East in the Global Financial Security Index, and third in the world in the ease of doing business index for the year 2022, according to the World Bank classification. It is also the second largest competitive economy in the region according to To classify the Administrative Development Institute for competitiveness.

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