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|By Arabian Post Staff| A likely ban on slaughter houses in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which contributes a major portion of India’s meat exports, following the election of

|By Arabian Post Staff| A likely ban on slaughter houses in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, which contributes a major portion of India’s

|By Arabian Post Staff| Kuwait announced it has successfully issued its inaugural dual-tranche $8 billion bond offering into the international debt markets.Notes due in 2022

/By Arabian Post Staff/ The board of directors of the mega bank being created by the merger of FGB and the National Bank of

/By Arabian Post Staff/ The 10 Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) members moved closer to full compliance with the landmark production cut

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|By Arabian Post Staff| Leading UAE bank FGB has successfully concluded one

|By Arabian Post Staff|Leading UAE bank FGB has launched the UAE’s first

|By Arabian Post Staff| The three-month Saudi Interbank Offered Rate, or Saibor,

Real Estate & Construction

Iceland’s finance minister has admitted it is untenable for the country to maintain its own freely floating currency, just days after it

Investors are refusing to call time on expectations of a sustained recovery in the global economy, after propelling global markets to their best

Italian government bond prices were lower on Monday, as investors focused on signs of political sclerosis rather than economic data pointing to

South Africa’s rand tumbled in late trading on Monday after a rating agency cut the country’s coveted investment grade status, leaving President

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Henin Beaumont, a mining town in northern France, voted socialist for decades but is now a model for

North Korea has fired a missile into the Sea of Japan, with the latest provocative gesture from Pyongyang

Fox News is facing fresh legal and financial challenges after a third employee joined a racial discrimination lawsuit

Greek ministers and the country’s bailout monitors were on Tuesday trying to strike a deal on the pension

While Republican lawmakers in Congress gear up for a drive to cut regulation on the financial sector, bankers

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|ARABIAN POST SPECIAL| On April 13 this year, Emaar Properties disclosed to the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) that the company has agreed

|Arabian Post Special|The leaked Panama Papers figure over 7700 offshore entities from the United Arab Emirates, which include more than 180 intermediaries,

|ARABIAN POST SPECIAL| The Ras Al Khaimah Offshore Centre was among the centres, along with London, Miami and Zurich, used by Mossack Fonseca,

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