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DUBAI Dubai's Majid Al Futtaim, the Middle East operator of French retailer Carrefour SA, is hiring 200 people as it rolls out an ambitious strategy to expand its digital and e-commerce operations, its chief executive told Reuters.
DUBAI Emirates [EMIRA.UL], the Middle East's largest airline, has had a better first half in the current financial year than the same period a year ago when it reported a 75 percent decline in profits.
DUBAI Qatar's government has enough reserves to support its banks in the face of sanctions imposed by other Arab states and reports of its banking system being under strain are false, its central bank governor said on Wednesday.
ABU DHABI Bahrain-listed Investcorp aims to invest in companies that support oil giant Saudi Aramco and is also eyeing healthcare and education assets being sold in Saudi Arabia's privatization drive, its executive chairman said.
DUBAI The real estate development business of Emaar Properties , which is being listed in an initial public offering (IPO) in Dubai, is expected to be valued at 24 billion dirhams ($6.5 bln), two people familiar with the deal said.
DUBAI, Oct 2 The real estate development business of Emaar Properties, which is being listed in Dubai, is expected to be valued at 24 billion dirhams ($6.5 bln), two people familiar with the deal said.
DUBAI/KUWAIT Kuwait has invited bids for financial advisors to manage the initial public offering of its stock exchange, sources told Reuters.
DUBAI Savola Group,, Saudi Arabia's largest food products company, is in talks to buy sweets and confectionery maker Sanabel Al-Salam in a deal worth $300 million, sources told Reuters.
DUBAI Doha Bank has cut around 10 jobs in the United Arab Emirates and plans to put some staff in the region on unpaid leave, sources said, as it copes with the fallout from Qatar's rift with its Arab neighbors.
DUBAI/PARIS France's Credit Agricole has agreed to sell about half its 31.1 percent stake in Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF) to billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal's Kingdom Holding for 5.76 billion riyals (1.16 billion pounds).
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