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Middle East firms face rising costs

Companies in the Middle East and North Africa are facing rising costs to fight financial crime, with more than half reporting a climb of higher than 25 per cent in the past two years, according to a survey. In a region where the r

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Middle East firms face rising costs

Companies in the Middle East and North Africa are facing rising costs to fight financial crime, with more than half reporting a climb of higher than 25 per cent in the past two years, according to a survey. In a region where the r

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Big Saudi firms to pay bonuses after royal handout

Several of Saudi Arabia's largest listed companies said on Monday they would pay out hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses, days after the new king ordered a handout to Saudi state employees to mark his accession. Saudi A

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Bahrain’s entrepreneurial firms optimistic on growth

Local entrepreneurial firms in Bahrain project an optimistic outlook with profit margins and the number of full-time employees are expected to increase over the forthcoming months. This is according to the latest survey results fr

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Orpic to lead Omani firms at ArabPlast Dubai

Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orphic) is set to lead a number of Omani companies participating at the ArabPlast Dubai 2015 depicting the rising importance of the sector in the Sultanate. The plastic exhibit

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DuPont opens safety awards to firms worldwide

DuPont, a leading chemical company, has opened its 2015 Safety and Sustainability Awards to companies worldwide, rather than just those in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.   DuPont Sustainable Solutions is so

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DuPont opens safety awards to firms worldwide

DuPont, a leading chemical company, has opened its 2015 Safety and Sustainability Awards to companies worldwide, rather than just those in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.   DuPont Sustainable Solutions is so

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Shipping firms in Bahrain ‘hit by port fees'

Shipping companies in Bahrain have claimed they were being forced to downsize because of increasing port fees. They said they were struggling to stay afloat because of the sector's continuous financial downturn combined with high ta

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Foreign firms 'keen to invest in Bahrain'

Several overseas companies are keen to invest in the local market, Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry first deputy chairman Othman Al Rayes said yesterday.   "A large number of investors' applicati

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Few takers for 11,000 jobs in Riyadh firms

Only 1,760 young Saudi Arabian men and women applied for the more than 11,000 vacancies made available by 70 private companies and establishments in Riyadh this year, said a report.   The centre for employment an

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