ECUADOR? Journalist Amjad Taha claims Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half) during World Cup 2022 opening match KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 17, 2022

ECUADOR? Journalist Amjad Taha claims Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half) during World Cup 2022 opening match

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Journalist Amjad Taha has claimed Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half) during World Cup 2022 opening match. 

Amjad Taha wrote: "Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half). Five Qatari and #Ecadour insiders confirmed this.We hope it's false. We hope sharing this will affect the outcome.The world should oppose FIFA corruption.
@MailSport #WorldCup2022."

Qatar has an excellent opportunity to expand its presence among European countries in 2022 due to the ongoing political dispute between Russia and European countries. Currently, the country has a long-term contract to supply natural gas to Asian countries. However, the prevailing political situation expects to increase the gas export to European countries in short term. Hence, the growth in the oil & gas industry of Qatar will support the demand for construction equipment such as cranes and other construction equipment.

Political tensions with neighbouring Arab states means that the country’s regional transport hub will be an important economical shield against the sanctions that were implemented in June by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Qatar’s reliance on using Dubai as a re-export hub has not stopped it from receiving imports and creating shipping routes that connect directly to countries such as China, India, Oman, Turkey and Pakistan.

The opening of the port will now bring further food security and economic diversification in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, a project that aims to boost the country’s economic diversity.

It will also help import building materials for construction projects including stadiums for the 2022 soccer World Cup.

Large container ships will now go directly to Qatar rather than docking in the United Arab Emirates, where cargo used to be transferred to smaller vessels.

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