Monday, August 19, 2019

Slow Transition to Electric Fells BMW’s CEO After Just One Term

(Bloomberg) -- When BMW AG picked Harald Krueger to run the company more than four years ago, he was the perfect candidate. Young, with a...
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Chevron Phillips, Qatar to Build Middle East’s Top Ethylene Plant

(Bloomberg) -- Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. will help gas-rich Qatar build the Middle East’s largest plant for production of ethylene, a key ingredient in plastics....
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Sohar Aluminium: A decade of excellence

 is celebrating 10 years of its successful operations Business success is created by the combined efforts of those who work for any organisation. It...
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Selex celebrates 25 Years in Oman

Selex, a well-established brand that has carved a niche for itself in the industry and has positioned itself as a leader in the business...
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Ferrero to Acquire Kellogg’s Cookies, Fruit Snacks Businesses

The Ferrero Group of Companies announced their decision to acquire the cookie, fruit and fruit-flavored snack, ice cream cone and pie crust businesses from Kellogg...
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Saudi Arabia’s Gold Miner Plans to Be a Global Top-20 Supplier

(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabian Mining Co. wants to more than double gold output within five years.Maaden, as the state-backed company is known, plans to boost...
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Asian Paints introduces new brand identity  

Asian Paints has unveiled a new brand identity for its operations in Oman. The newly unveiled brand, ‘Asian Paints Berger’ comes with a new...
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OCTAL Announces $50 million investment in Oman

OCTAL has announced it will be investing a minimum of $50 million this year in its PET sheet business in Oman. The outlay will...
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Raysut Cement to upgrade clinker cooler for savings

Raysut Cement Company (RCC), Oman’s largest cement manufacturer is upgrading its clinker cooler technology to increase savings in its production.RCC has signed an agreement...
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Don’t let low-quality products flood aluminium market, says NAPCO CEO

Consumers should be protected from low-quality, low-cost foreign products which are flooding the local aluminium market, at the expense of good-quality, indigenous products, says...
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