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Six from Qatar feature among Forbes Middle East’s 100 most powerful businesswomen

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As many as six women from Qatar have been featured among the Middle East’s 100 most powerful businesswomen in 2023, according to Forbes Middle East magazine.

They are Dr. Hanan Mohamed al-Kuwari, managing director of Hamad Medical Corporation, who has been ranked eighth; followed by Noor al-Sulaiti, chief executive officer of Ooredoo Oman, ranked 31st; Mira al-Attiyah, chief executive officer of QNB Capital, ranked 49th; Sheikha Alanoud bint Hamad al-Thani, deputy managing director and chief business officer of Qatar Financial Centre, ranked 61st; Sheikha Aisha bint Faleh al-Thani, founder and chairperson of Al Faleh Educational Holding, ranked 71st; and Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser al-Thani, founder and the chief executive officer of Amwal, Al Waab City Real Estate and Injaz Qatar, who is ranked 82nd.

HE Dr al-Kuwari is also Qatar’s Minister of Public Health.

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