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German companies prefer Qatar to expand their footprint

In order to reduce its dependency on oil and gas, the Korean government is currently attempting to restructure and reinvent its transportation industry. In order to achieve this policy objective, it encourages the development of green, alternative-energy cars. Urban air mobility (UAM) operations and fully autonomous car commercial debuts are also planned for 2025 and 2027, respectively.

This advancement is not new to Qatar. Those who remember Mowasalat’s introduction of electric buses last year may recall that they were also in service during the World Cup. Additionally, the Lusail Bus Depot, the largest electric bus depot in the world with a capacity of 478 vehicles, opened its doors in October 2022. “We value good partnerships and mutual trust that have been a driving force for our enterprises in Qatar which brought the world together in hosting a spectacular sporting event last year,” Ertmer said adding that the state has made vast strides in development since stepping foot in the Arab state for the first time in 1997.

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