Milaha suffered setback in Q1

Doha-based carrier Milaha saw its revenue and earnings slide in the first quarter this year. "We are continuing to face the same market challenges as in 2016," says management.

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The first quarter this year brought a setback for Milaha.

Revenue at the carrier, which operates in shipping, offshore, and logistics, dropped to QR 648 million (USD 177.9 million) in the first three months of the year, down from QR 767 million in the same period last year.

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