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Big oil production growing ‘despite capex cuts’

Despite cutting capital expenditure aggressively since 2014, concerns that the big oil companies would suffer from underinvesting have proved unfounded, said S&P Global Ratings in a new report. At some companies, proved report

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GCC opening up to major solar energy projects: S&P

The GCC region is opening up to major solar projects, taking advantage of its sunny climate and large tracts of available land, said S&P Global Ratings, a leader in financial research and analysis. Most of the GCC countries--B

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VAT to hurt UAE insurers’ performance in 2018: S&P

The newly introduced VAT in the United Arab Emirates will hurt the operating profits of almost all insurers this year, said leading financial information and analytics provider S&P Global in its latest RatingsDirect report. Th

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Saudi currency sovereign ratings get stable outlook

S&P Global has affirmed 'A-/A-2'  long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign ratings on Saudi Arabia and has given the kingdom a stable outlook.   The outlook is based on expectati

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S&P Global downgrades Qatar's credit rating

S&P Global, the international ratings agency, reduced Qatar’s credit rating to AA- from AA on Wednesday in the latest fallout from the decision by a group of Middle Eastern countries to cut diplomatic and trade ties, media reports said

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Global steel demand to hit 1.5bn tonnes in 2017

Global steel demand will grow by 1.3 per cent to more than 1.5 billion tonnes in 2017, and increase by 0.9 per cent to a little over 1.548 billion tonnes in 2018, said a report. China will likely see flat demand this year, followe

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Global steel demand to hit 1.5bn tonnes in 2017

Global steel demand will grow by 1.3 per cent to more than 1.5 billion tonnes in 2017, and increase by 0.9 per cent to a little over 1.548 billion tonnes in 2018, said a report. China will likely see flat demand this year, followe

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Global steel demand to hit 1.5bn tonnes in 2017

Global steel demand will grow by 1.3 per cent to more than 1.5 billion tonnes in 2017, and increase by 0.9 per cent to a little over 1.548 billion tonnes in 2018, said a report. China will likely see flat demand this year, followe

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