Appendix A. Tables

Table 1. Metric Conversion Coofficients and Factors

When you kowMultiply byTo find
Millimeters0.04inches
Centimeters0.39inches
Meters3.3feet
Kilometers0.62miles
Hectares2.47acres
Square kilometers0.39square miles
Cubic meters35.3cubic feet
Liters0.26gallons
Kilograms2.2pounds
Metric tons0.98long tons
1.1short tons
2,204pounds
Degrees Celsius (Centigrade)1.8 and add 32degrees Fahrenheit

Table 19. Qatar: Enrollment in Government Schools by Education Level and Gender, Selected Academic Years, 1975-76 to 1988-89

Education Level1975-761979-801983-84198 4-851985- 861988-89
Primary
Males11,15012,45215,28516,01416,573n.a.
Females10,25211,79613,94114,50115,271n.a.
Total primary21,40224,24829,22630,51531,84448,097
Intermediate
Males2,7374,3285,3315,6596,028n.a.
Females2,4804,0325,3695,6876,003n.a.
Total intermediate5,2178,36010,70011,34612,03113,875
Secondary
Males1,5442,1953,2013,1393,224n.a.
Females1,0862,4013,5883,7764,251n.a.1
Total secondary2,6304,5966,7896,9157,4758,303
Vocational, secular2
Males224105n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.
Females26955n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.
Total vocational, secular4931602202042949243
Vocational, religious
Males200287350377406n.a.
Females00000n.a.
Total vocational, religious200287350377406n.a.
University of Qatar
Males3557221,5821,7991,875n.a.
Females4281,3032,4832,8223,182n.a.
Total University of Qatar7832,0254,0654,6215,0575,6924

n.a.--not available.
1 Includes intermediate and secondary schools.
2 Females are only admitted to the teacher training schools.
3 Includes secular and religious vocational schools.
4 1987-88.

Source: Based on information from Federal Republic of Germany, Statistiches Bundesamt, Lšnderbericht Katar, 1988, Wiesbaden, 1988, 29; and "Qatar," in The Middle East and North Africa, 1993, London, 1992, 762.

Table 20. Qatar: Summary of Oil and Gas Statistics, Selected Years, 1985-89

1985198719881989
Crude oil production (in thousands of barrels per day)290291319395
Natural gas production (in billions of cubic meters per day)15.55.65.76.1
Crude oil exports (in thousands of barrels per day)280254305320
Oil export revenues (in billions of United States dollars)3.11.821.722.02

1 Marketed.
2 Estimated.

Source: Based on information from Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile: Bahrain, Qatar, 1991-92, London, 1991, 28.

Table 21. Qatar: Gross Domestic Product by Sector, 1984 and 1989

(in millions of Qatari riyals at current prices)*
Sector19841989
Agriculture and fishing206238
Oil and natural gas11,3307,117
Manufacturing industries1,8293,144
Electricity and water165368
Building and construction1,4111,152
Trade, restaurants, and hotels1,5061,457
Transportation and communications480667
Finance, insurance, and real estate services1,9192,350
Other services6,1627,715
TOTAL25,00824,208

* For value of the Qatari riyal--see Glossary.

Source: Based on information from Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile: Bahrain, Qatar, 1991-92, London, 1991, 26.

Table 22. Qatar: Government Budget, Selected Fiscal Years, 1986-911

(in millions of Qatari riyals)2
1986198819891990 31991 3
Revenues5,8847,6889,057 7,7868,438
Expenditures
Current8,94912,6949,3589,9209,911
Capital1,4841,6891,0131,7891,795
Total expenditures10,43314,38310,37111,70911,706
TOTAL-4,549- 6,695-1,314-3,923-3,268

1 The fiscal year followed the Islamic calendar until 1989, when the fiscal year changed to April 1-March 31 in the Gregorian calendar.
2 For value of the Qatari riyal--see Glossary.
3 Projected.

Source: Based on information from Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile: Bahrain, Qatar, 1991-92, London, 1991, 33.

Table 23. Qatar: Balance of Payments, Selected Years, 1984-89

(in millions of Qatari riyals)1
1984198519871988 19892
Exports, f.o.b.312,24511,2777,4358,0459,658
Imports, c.i.f.4-4,230-4,147- 4,128-4,613-4,827
Trade balance8,0157,1303,3073,4324,831
Services and private transfers (net)-4,995-5,132-3,923-4,382-4,977
Current account balance3,0201,998- 616-950-146
Capital account balance-2,005-2,360- 1,031-1,286-92
Change in reserves (-indicates increase)-1,0153621,6472,236238

1 For value of the Qatari riyal--see Glossary.
2 Provisional.
3 f.o.b.--free on board.
4 c.i.f.--cost, insurance, and freight.

Source: Based on information from Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile: Bahrain, Qatar, 1991-92, London, 1991, 36.

Table 24. Qatar: Major Trading Partners, 1987, 1988, and 1989

(in percentages)
198719881989
Exports
Japan39.650.054.4
Singapore13.510.04.0
South Korea3.12.13.6
India2.93.32.8
Saudi Arabia2.62.82.5
United Arab Emirates2.22.13.4
Thailand2.24.35.0
Imports
Japan16.317.618.8
Britain16.013.811.6
United States11.99.38.8
West Germany7.17.97.3
Italy4.94.37.8
France4.34.04.7
United Arab Emirates3.03.14.4

Source: Based on information from Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Profile: Bahrain, Qatar, 1991-92, London, 1991, 35.