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there is nothing quite like a trade embargo to boost foaming at least that's according to Qatar's government , it's holding up these milk cartons as a victory over the trade boycott that Qatar has suffered on the full two years now from Saudi Arabia and its allies because these counts were flown in from abroad by the thousands to circumvent the problem now milk produce about loudness says it's completely self sufficient but at the bottom there is considered one of cats on only cones and is proof of the blockade against capital has been a blessing it not a cuss , Tom was heavily reliant on trade with other Gulf states until it's falling out with Saudi Arabia in twenty seventeen reactive cues though hall of supporting terrorist groups closed its land border and disrupted it shipping routes Qatar maybe the world's top exporter of liquefied natural gas buses imports nearly everything else food in particular is difficult in its harsh desert bus officials say they've developed new trade routes and the ball go has actually strengthen the economy and local producers such as agriculture which makes greenhouses and grows fruits and vegetables the blockade was was a purpose for us to to to it was a and now we can for us so we looked at the sector we develop the sector even before the block it but the blockade it made the process faster the government claims it's only one victory of many but while agriculture is on the up other sectors have taken a hit in March Qatar Airways reported a second straight annual loss and many once bustling shopping malls now lie empty