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More Iran oil post-sanctions, aimed at Asia, may hurt Iraq

A possible surge in Iranian oil exports from an end to sanctions will reboot a struggle between top Middle East producers for Asian buyers, with Iraq looking the most vulnerable.   The latest twist to the saga of

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India most optimistic among Asian economies

Business sentiment at Asia's top companies remained upbeat at the start of 2015 with Indian companies turning in the region's most positive outlook for the fourth straight quarter, buoyed by confidence in Prime Minister Narendra Modi'

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Kuwait raises April crude OSP for Asia

Kuwait set the official selling price (OSP) for its crude oil sales to Asian buyers for April at $2.75 a barrel below the average of Oman/Dubai quotes, up $1.35 a barrel from the month before, traders said on Wednesday. Kuwait'

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Bayt.com among top 10 ‘Best Places to Work in Asia’


Bayt.com, a leading career site in the Middle East, has been named among the top 10 ‘Best Small and Medium Workplaces in Asia,’ in the 2015 Best Workplaces in Asia awards recently. The ranking follows Bayt.com’s

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Emirates sees low-cost consolidation in Asia

Emirates airline expects consolidation in the low-cost sector in Asia, the Dubai-based carrier's president said on Wednesday. "I think there will be consolidation of low-cost in Asia, it's a blood bath over there at t

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Ericsson tops inaugural ‘Best Workplaces in Asia’ list

Ericsson Saudi Arabia and UAE claimed the number three spot in the Great Place to Work’s first-ever ‘Best Workplaces in Asia’ Awards ceremony held in Mumbai, India recently. The rankings are decided by Great Plac

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Julphar acquires stake in RAK Pharma in Bangladesh

Leading Emirati pharmaceutical firm Julphar has acquired a majority stake in Bangladesh-based RAK Pharmaceuticals, as part of its expansion plans in Asia, according to a report. RAK Pharmaceuticals is a subsidiary of RAK Ceramics

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In oil price war, Gulf producers grab market share in Asia

Saudi Arabia's move to slash the price it charges in Asia for its oil this week to the lowest in more than a decade is the latest aggressive action by Gulf states to defend market share in the world's top oil consuming region.

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In oil price war, Gulf producers grab market share in Asia

Saudi Arabia's move to slash the price it charges in Asia for its oil this week to the lowest in more than a decade is the latest aggressive action by Gulf states to defend market share in the world's top oil consuming region.

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Saudi Arabia expected to cut March crude prices for Asia

Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is expected to cut prices for most of the crude it sells to Asia in March in line with a weak Dubai market, trade sources said.   Ample supply continued to weigh on the Middle East c

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