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Sailors stuck on tanker after firm runs up a $300,000 debt

A group of sailors has been stranded aboard an oil tanker for months in Bahrain after the shipping company they work for racked up more than $300,000 in debt. Mongolian vessel MT Surya Kuber has been banned from leaving the countr

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Kuwait's Kufpec says it has raised additional $1.5 billion loan

Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (Kufpec), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kuwait Petroleum Corp, said it had received an additional $1.5 billion loan, raising a previous debt it took last November to $2.5 billion.  

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Foreign energy firms owed $3.3bn by Egypt

Egypt owes foreign energy firms $3.285 billion having paid them $9.369 billion in arrears in the nine months to March 31, an oil ministry spokesman told Reuters.   The ministry told Reuters last

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Mumtalakat allocates profits to pay off $1.4bn debt

Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company has allocated part of its profits to pay off debts which reached BD560 million ($1.4 billion) until December last year, it said in a statement. In reply to MPs, the company said no funds have bee

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Bahraini MPs veto move to raise debt ceiling

Bahrain’s national accounts hang in the balance after parliament yesterday (March 24) voted overwhelmingly to veto a decision to raise the country's debt ceiling - four months after it was taken. Thirty MPs, including pa

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Lloyds, Natixis and RBS sell Dubai World debt

Lloyds Banking Group and Natixis have sold their holdings in debt of Dubai World, the state-owned conglomerate nearing a $14.6 billion debt restructuring, according to sources familiar with the matter. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)

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Iraq builds up debts as oil price drops

Iraq is building up debts to the oil companies developing its giant fields, industry sources said, a further sign of how the oil-price drop is putting a squeeze on revenues in Opec's second-largest producer. Western oil compan

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Iraq builds up debts as oil price drops

Iraq is building up debts to the oil companies developing its giant fields, industry sources said, a further sign of how the oil-price drop is putting a squeeze on revenues in Opec's second-largest producer. Western oil compan

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Drydocks World 'seeks to amend debt deal'

Dubai's Drydocks World, owner of the Middle East's largest shipyard, will ask creditors to amend the terms of its $2.3 billion restructuring deal originally signed in 2012, two sources aware of the matter said on Sunday. T

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Drydocks World 'seeks to amend debt deal'

Dubai's Drydocks World, owner of the Middle East's largest shipyard, will ask creditors to amend the terms of its $2.3 billion restructuring deal originally signed in 2012, two sources aware of the matter said on Sunday. T

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