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Country code top-level domain (ccTLD) of Qatar

The .QA domain extension is the official country-code top-level domain of Qatar, located on the Arabian Peninsula between Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf. Although the country is relatively tiny, Qatar is the world’s richest country per capita, and its capital, Doha, has rapidly modernized into a global business, media, and sports hub. In addition to serving individuals and businesses in Qatar, the .QA domain extension is perfect for question-and-answer and quality assurance sites—particularly in the software and medical industries. Registering a .QA domain is as easy as a .COM or .CO, so grab one for your business or brand today.

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