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Challenges for Asia-Pacific air connectivity identified

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has identified continuous safety enhancement, the availability of cost-efficient infrastructure and environmental responsibility as critical factors to ensure that Asia-Pacific realises the enor

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Dubai Investments unit unveils global expansion plans

Labtec, a leading player in design, manufacturing, installation and commissioning of laboratory furniture and a part of Masharie – a subsidiary of Dubai Investments, is targeting aggressive expansion in the GCC, Asia, Africa and Russia, am

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Dubai Investments unit unveils global expansion plans

Labtec, a leading player in design, manufacturing, installation and commissioning of laboratory furniture and a part of Masharie – a subsidiary of Dubai Investments, is targeting aggressive expansion in the GCC, Asia, Africa and Russia, am

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China biggest market for Gulf petchem producers

Gulf countries exported 39.5 million tonnes of chemicals to Asia last year, with China accounting for the largest share, according to Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) figures. The development of the manufacturi

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China biggest market for Gulf petchem producers

Gulf countries exported 39.5 million tonnes of chemicals to Asia last year, with China accounting for the largest share, according to Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) figures. The development of the manufacturi

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Iraq raises official crude oil prices to Asia, cuts to US

Iraq has raised its official selling price (OSP) to Asia in December for its main crude oil export grade, Basrah light, but cut the OSP to the US, the state oil marketing company said.   Iraqi state oil marketer

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Saudi oil price increase to Asia doesn't signal policy shift

The decision by Saudi Aramco to reverse most of its discount for crude shipped to Asia is being viewed as a sign that the Middle East's biggest producer is now more keen to support oil prices. There may be an element of truth

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Asia buys less Iran crude, but volumes above 1m bpd

Asian buyers of Iranian crude imported 6.6 per cent less in September than a year ago, the first on-year decline since December, but shipments rose back above the one million barrels-per-day mark allowed under a deal that eased Western sanctions

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Kuwait keeps wide discount to Saudi oil in market share battle

Kuwait has maintained a wide discount between the crude it sells to Asia against a comparable Saudi Arabian grade for November, amid increasing signs that Gulf producers are engaged in a price war to compete for market share. &nbs

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Iraq follows Saudis in oil price cuts for Asia, Europe

Iraq has cut its November oil prices for customers in Asia and Europe following a similar move by top global exporter Saudi Arabia as Opec producers compete for market share in the face of weaker global oil demand and prices. &nbs

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