Robust global demand for Egypt's first bond in five years could prompt it to revisit the debt markets as early as this year, as the Arab world's most populous nation re-establishes itself in the international capital markets.
China and India signed deals worth more than $22 billion in areas including renewable energy, ports, financing and industrial parks, an Indian embassy official said on Saturday.
Namgya C. Khampa, of the Indian Embassy in Beijing,
Iraq has said that it is reviewing its oil production agreements with international firms because falling crude prices meant that the financial cost of existing service contracts were too high to bear.
Oil Minister Adel Abdel Mehd
Deals worth Dh18.328 billion ($5 billion) were signed at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (Idex 2015), held in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
There were 33 contracts signed during the event, which also included the third Naval
Chief executives got their deal-making confidence back in 2014, emboldened by a clearer outlook for their businesses to take the global value for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to their highest annual level since 2007.
Indonesia expects to sign agreements with China's CNOOC, Saudi Aramco and two other oil companies next week covering direct oil sales and refinery investments in Southeast Asia's largest economy, a senior Pertamina official said.
More than €4.5 million ($5.6 million) worth of retail deals were signed at Al Fares 2014, an international equine trade fair, which recently concluded in Dubai, UAE.
More than 5,000 trade visitors from the equine industry vis
A revised contract signed last week by British oil major BP and China's CNPC for Iraq's Rumaila oilfield has raised both companies' stakes in a joint venture formed to develop the field, a senior Iraqi oil official said.
Airbus and Boeing climbed close to the $100 billion mark for plane deals at the Farnborough Airshow yesterday (July 16), demonstrating healthy demand for new passenger jets despite concerns raised by their already record full order books.