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Moroccan refiner appeals court decision on liquidation

Moroccan oil refiner Samir has lodged an appeal against a court decision to put it into liquidation and named an independent trustee to run the company, the refiner's lawyer said on Friday. Samir, controlled by Corral Petroleu

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Online reviews matter for hospitality and travel firms: study

A new study has shown that 65 per cent of consumers trust the reviews on review sites compared to 52 percent who trust the reviews on a hotel-branded site. Without a doubt, online content—whether marketer or user generated&m

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Sipchem repeats no decision yet on H2 dividend

Saudi International Petrochemical Co (Sipchem) said on Thursday that no decision had been made yet on whether it would pay a dividend for the second half of this year.   "The second half of the year was toug

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BAC hosts Middle East's first A-CDM seminar

Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the managing body of Bahrain International Airport (BIA) recently hosted the ICAO Seminar on Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) at the Mövenpick Hotel in Muharraq. Held under the patronage

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Global firms keen on ‘nearshoring’ of products

There is a growing appetite for 'nearshoring', that is moving production closer to its ultimate end-market, among international companies, according to a new study. The study released by global business-advisory firm AlixP

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Global firms keen on ‘nearshoring’ of products

There is a growing appetite for 'nearshoring', that is moving production closer to its ultimate end-market, among international companies, according to a new study. The study released by global business-advisory firm AlixP

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‘Data Deficit’ makes job of CFO more challenging

Over 46 per cent of chief financial officers (CFOs) rely on ‘gut-feel’ and instinct to make business decisions in lieu of fast access to accurate internal data, a practice that can delay decision making, introduce errors, and erode p

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‘Data Deficit’ makes job of CFO more challenging

Over 46 per cent of chief financial officers (CFOs) rely on ‘gut-feel’ and instinct to make business decisions in lieu of fast access to accurate internal data, a practice that can delay decision making, introduce errors, and erode p

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IT decision makers in UAE ‘expect to be hit by cyber attacks’

A majority of information technology decision makers in the UAE believed that their organisations were victims of cyber attacks in the last 12 months, and almost all of them expect to be targeted again this year, according to a recent survey.

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Bahrain pledges to boost women's rights

Bahrain has stressed its commitment to implementing laws to improve the status of women and ensure they become equal partners in decision-making. The kingdom's National Action Charter and the Constitution ensure law enforcemen

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