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PE firm Abraaj set for more deals, eyes India

18 Mar 2012

DUBAI Abraaj Capital, the Middle East's largest private equity firm, is set to unveil more deal-making soon and plans a major push into India.

PE firm Abraaj set for more deals, eyes India

18 Mar 2012

DUBAI Abraaj Capital, the Middle East's largest private equity firm, is set to unveil more deal-making soon and plans a major push into India.

INTERVIEW-PE firm Abraaj set for more deals, eyes India

18 Mar 2012

DUBAI, March 18 Abraaj Capital, the Middle East's largest private equity firm, is set to unveil more deal-making soon and plans a major push into India.

"Dr Doom" sees Iran-Israel clash, says buy precious metals

08 Mar 2012

DUBAI Political risk in the Middle East has increased significantly with war between Iran and Israel almost inevitable, and precious metals and equities investments offer some safety, Swiss money manager and long-term bear Marc Faber said on Tuesday.

Dubai eyes funds for airport, goes slow on new facility

06 Mar 2012

DUBAI Dubai is examining ways of raising finances to expand its aviation infrastructure, a plan focused on its existing airport as it goes slow on a $34 billion new facility designed to become the biggest in the world.

"Dr Doom" sees Iran-Israel clash, says buy precious metals

06 Mar 2012

DUBAI Political risk in the Middle East has increased significantly with war between Iran and Israel almost inevitable, and precious metals and equities investments offer some safety, Swiss money manager and long-term bear Marc Faber said on Tuesday.

"Dr Doom" says buy precious metals

06 Mar 2012

DUBAI Political risk in the Middle East has increased significantly with war between Iran and Israel almost inevitable, and precious metals and equities investments offer some safety, Swiss money manager and long-term bear Marc Faber said on Tuesday.

"Dr Doom" sees Iran-Israel clash, says buy precious metals

06 Mar 2012

DUBAI Political risk in the Middle East has increased significantly with war between Iran and Israel almost inevitable, and precious metals and equities investments offer some safety, Swiss money manager and long-term bear Marc Faber said on Tuesday.

Gas, workaholic government back Qatar ambitions

17 Feb 2012

DOHA Five years ago, half a dozen cars at a traffic light in Qatar's capital Doha would lead to mutterings about how crowded the city was becoming. Now bumper-to-bumper traffic often clogs a seafront dominated by gleaming skyscrapers. At night, tastefully lit buildings exude opulence, and wooden dhows plying the water are the only obvious sign of the past.

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