National Day of the State of Qatar

By Marc-Henri J. Kijner - Broker | Published on December 14, 2017 at 12:00AM
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KSI Realty New York Inc.’s Broker and President, Marc-Henri J. Kijner, was invited to the National Day of the State of Qatar and the anniversary of the accession of the founder Sheikh Jassim Bin Mohammad Bin Thani at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York City.

The event took place in the Grand Ballroom overlooking Columbus Circle. An array of Middle Eastern delicacies, Asian sea foods, and French deserts were offered to 400 VIP guests ranging from Head of States, Consuls, Ambassadors, United Nation representatives and business persons.

The Middle East accounts for a large portion of foreign investments in New York City, and more specifically in Manhattan with prime retail malls, commercial properties such as luxury hotels and premier residential condos in Midtown East and the Upper East Side. Qatar is ranking as the wealthiest country per capita in the world with Luxembourg and Singapore following in 2nd and 3rd position. Qatar is also heavily invested in higher education with a state of the heart Weill Cornell medical campus. Last August, Weill Cornell also unveiled its latest technological campus on Roosevelt Island in the heart of Manhattan with the Bloomberg Center and the Tata Center for Agriculture and Nutrition. The ties between New York and Qatar are beyond economic sustenance, there are strong educational and cultural exchanges that ultimately lead to a strong political and strategic alliance.


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Tags: Qatar, Middle East

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