Qatar has posted increased earnings from its gas exports during the first month of sanctions imposed by its neighbours, but the true picture may be hidden as a result of higher oil prices.
Revenue from Qatar’s exports of LNG, condensates, propane, butane and other petroleum gases reached QAR 11.9 billion ($2.5 billion) in June, down by only 1.8% from May and up by 15.8% year on year, the Ministry of Development, Planning and Statistics announced on Sunday.
The diplomatic spat between Qatar and a group of countries...
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