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Today’s Buzz May 26, 2014

Qatar needs more CPAs as guardians of corporate culture, says al-Attiyah
Qatar requires more national certified public accountants (CPAs) although there is a strong pool of Qatari accounting graduates, said HE Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, President of the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority.
“This is a big challenge for us,” al-Attiyah told Gulf Times in Doha yesterday.
[Source: Gulf Times]

Mobile phone use reaches 100% in Qatar
All segments of Qatar’s population have access to Internet-enabled ICT devices – particularly mobile phones – with newer devices such as smartphones and tablets yet to fully penetrate, according to a research report released by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology yesterday.
The report, Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2014: Households and Individuals, is based on a study of ICT access and the usage behaviour and patterns of residents in Qatar.
[Source: Gulf Times]

Study finds widespread use of social networking in Qatar
Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2014: Households and Individuals, a research report released yesterday by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, clearly show that people across the education spectrum access social networking, VoIP and other basic Internet services.
Social networking was, in fact, used by almost 93% of respondents who are active online.
[Source: Gulf Times]

Brazilian documentary Bus 174 to be screened
The gripping Brazilian documentary, Bus 174 by Jose Padilha and Felipe Lacerda will screen this weekend as part of Doha Film Institute’s Qatar Brazil 2014 Cinema Showcase.
The screenings will take place at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) auditorium on Thursday and Friday at 7pm.
[Source: The Peninsula]

Fire breaks out at warehouse at Pearl-Qatar, ‘no casualties’
A minor fire broke out at an open warehouse at the Pearl-Qatar on Sunday morning. The blaze was later controlled by the Civil Defence and there were no ‘casualties’ in the incident, the Ministry of Interior tweeted.
[Source: Qatar Tribune]

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