The Qatar Exchange index rose over seven percent at opening, and although it fell during the day, it still closed 3.57 percent up at 8,477.32 points, according to the market’s website.

Qatar has vowed to build a modern transport network, including a metro, and new accommodation facilities, in addition to air-conditioned stadiums.

Banking shares also closed high, with Qatar National Bank up 4.5 percent, Commercial Bank of Qatar 3.93 percent, and Rayan Bank 5.52 percent.

Qatar hosted the Asian Games in 2006 and will stage the Asian Cup, the region’s top football event, in January.

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