The Qatari government today raises wages for all expatriate workers after leaving a lot of workforce in Qatar to stay in the same frenzy and sophistication as the average monthly salary for an employee in the UAE is 19,600 dirhams per month. Salaries range from 4,370 dirhams (the lowest average) to 90,100 dirhams (upper limit).

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Salaries in Qatar range from 4,370 dirhams per month (minimum) to 90,100 dirhams per month (maximum).

Average wages:

The average salary is 18,400 dirhams per month, which means that half of the employees earn less than 18,400 dirhams, while the other half earns more than 18,400 dirhams The average is the number that divides the group into two equal halves Compare your salary with the average salary to know if you are from the upper and lower group.


Note also two other important numbers: the percentage 25% and the percentage 75%. We conclude from the graph that 25% of employees earn less than 10,300 dirhams, while 75% earn more than 10,300 dirhams. We also conclude from the illustration that 75% of employees earn 51,000 dirhams or less, while 25% of them earn 51,000 dirhams or more.

The Central Bank revealed that the number of customers who benefited from the economic support plan, along with those whose loan installments were postponed outside the plan, has reached 320 thousand customers so far.

The Central Bank said in a statement that the banks postponed installments of customers outside the support plan, amounting to eight billion dirhams, pointing out that the banks had withdrawn, so far, 44 billion dirhams of liquidity facilities amounting to 50 billion dirhams, representing 88%.

In detail, the Central Bank stated, in a statement yesterday, that “its board of directors held its sixth meeting for the year 2020 via videoconference, the day before yesterday, where it reviewed the use of the comprehensive economic support plan directed, and noted the progress made in the process of withdrawing from liquidity facilities, and payment delays that Banks granted it to qualified clients, ”explaining that“ the percentage of banks withdrawing from operating in the country from the liquidity facilities granted to them amounted to about 88% of the total facilities amounting to 50 billion dirhams, equivalent to 44 billion dirhams of the financing granted to them to date. ”

He added that the number of banks that used the economic support plan reached 26, of which 17 banks withdrew 100% of the funding granted to them, while the total number of clients who benefited from the support plan reached more than 140 thousand customers, from the facilities of the comprehensive economic support plan.

According to the central statement, the council also reviewed the details of support to customers outside the scope of the comprehensive economic support plan, as the number of beneficiaries reached more than 180,000, by postponing loans with a total value of about eight billion dirhams.

In addition, the Board of Directors of Al-Markazi took note of all the measures that have been adopted to face the repercussions of the "Covid 19" epidemic from liquidity facilities, guidelines and directives to banks to support the affected clients.

The council reviewed reports on monitoring the financial system, tests of the ability of the banking sector in the country to withstand pressure and overall financial developments.

The Council continued the discussion of the remaining topics on its agenda, and other emerging issues, and took appropriate decisions thereon.

On Friday, the Qatari economy will complete the third year of the blockade of the Gulf states and Egypt at all its sectoral levels, at a time when the official figures for Doha show that the economy is back stronger than before.

While Qataris find no justification for the start of the siege on June 5, 2017, and its continuation until today, they considered these developments an opportunity to rebuild the local economy at the commercial, monetary, agricultural, and livelihood levels.


Qatar Central Bank data show that Qatar’s reserve assets in the first months of the Gulf blockade of Doha, that is, in June 2017, amounted to 146.3 billion riyals ($ 40.19 billion).

Although the value of assets declined in the following months of 2017 to an average of $ 34 billion, the numbers began to record an accelerating upward pace in 2019, and the first four months of 2020.

As of the end of April 2020, with the latest available data, the total value of Qatar's reserve assets amounted to 202.8 billion riyals (US $ 55.7 billion).

Also, the total deposits of commercial banks for the public and private sectors up to the end of last April increased by 14.2 percent to 879.3 billion riyals ($ 241.5 billion), compared to 770 billion ($ 211.5 billion) in June 2017.

In the same direction, Qatar's investments in US bonds and notes jumped from $ 505 million in June 2017, to settle at $ 5.1 billion at the end of January 2020, according to the US Treasury Department data.