Qatar hauling firms feel strain as Gulf dispute drags on

The Gulf crisis is now into its third month, with no end in sight. the closure of the country's land border with Saudi Arabia is affecting some businesses.

    The Gulf crisis is now into its third month, with no end in sight.

    So far, an embargo by four Arab states has had minimal effect on food supplies in Qatar, with goods shipped or flown in from other countries.

    But the closure of the country's land border with Saudi Arabia is affecting some businesses.

    Al Jazeera's Duncan Crawford reports from Doha.


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