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Opec points to larger 2016 oil supply surplus

Opec pumped more oil in November than in any month since late 2008 and forecast little increase in demand for its crude next year, pointing to a larger supply surplus even as low prices hurt rival producers.   Th

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Apple hires 65pc more women in the past year

Apple said it had hired over 11,000 women globally in the past year - 65 per cent more than the previous year - to boost employee diversity.   "In the first six months of this year, nearly 50 per cent of the

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UN urges more shipments to Yemen amid famine threat

The United Nations Security Council and UN aid chief Stephen O'Brien have pushed for more aid and commercial access to Yemen, where a near total blockade by Saudi Arabia has slowed shipments to the war-torn Arabian Peninsula country to a tri

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Bahraini MPs appeal for ‘schools in every area’

Government schools should be built in every area to ensure students do not spend hours on school buses, demanded Bahraini MPs. They voted on a proposal to solve the ongoing problem for students being forced to go on 'road trip

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Nuclear deal means more Iran oil - just not this year

A framework accord to curb Iran's nuclear programme forged on Thursday could eventually allow Tehran to reclaim lost ground in the global oil market. Yet the deal all but guarantees that cannot happen before next year. By ensu

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‘Personal data more valuable than actual devices’

More than half of consumers have stated that their personal data are more valuable than their actual devices, solidifying that they know they need to preserve their data, according to a recent survey. The survey by Acronis, a lead

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Tasnee signs $319m loan to buy more stake in Cristal

Saudi Arabia's National Industrialisation Co (Tasnee) signed a SR1.2 billion ($319.4 million) Islamic loan it will use to part-fund buying a further stake in its subsidiary Cristal, the industrial manufacturer said. The five-y

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Women to take more active roles in GCC firms

As family businesses in the GCC seek to address new challenges and transition to future generations, women have the opportunity to take on more active roles than before, according to a new study. The joint study undertaken by Al-S

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Women to take more active roles in GCC firms

As family businesses in the GCC seek to address new challenges and transition to future generations, women have the opportunity to take on more active roles than before, according to a new study. The joint study undertaken by Al-S

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Bahraini firms to pay more for natural gas

Companies in Bahrain implementing, or planning, industrial projects will have to pay more for natural gas from April 1. The Cabinet yesterday (January 12) decided to unify the price of natural gas, and increase it gradually, follo

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