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3/3/2015 -  Bangladesh arrests chief suspect in blogger murder, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Bangladesh authorities announced they had arrested a radical Islamist on Monday over last week's machete murder of an atheist American blogger, accusing him of being behind ...
3/3/2015 -  Qatar trade surplus shrinks in January amid weak global energy prices, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Steep decline in global energy prices appears to have taken a heavy toll on Qatar, whose trade surplus shrank considerably in January this year as exports plummeted amid rising ...
3/3/2015 -  Qatar- Strong buying interests fail to pull index up, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Qatar Stock Exchange largely remained flat despite strong buying interests in the transport, telecom, industrials and banking stocks.

Local retail investors continued to ...
3/3/2015 -  Ooredoo launches 'Mobile Connect' trials in Qatar and 2 key markets, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) As part of the rising 'Mobile Connect' service announced by the GSMA at Mobile World Congress yesterday, Ooredoo Group continues to drive its "successful trials" across three ...
3/3/2015 -  Zuckerberg in Barcelona highlights widening US-Europe gap, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) The globe's biggest telecommunications trade show is held every year in Barcelona, intended to celebrate Europe's pivotal role in the genesis of the mobile industry. This year, ...
3/3/2015 -  SPE Qatar holds 'Distinguished Lectures' session, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Many local oil and gas professionals and students attended the latest session of the 'Distinguished Lectures' at the Four Seasons on Sunday.

The event was organised by ...
3/3/2015 -  Low oil prices enable GCC banking sector to focus on liquidity, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Saudi Arabia banking sector's lending growth is close to 11% in 2014. The lending to private sector was above 11%, government sector was above 7% and to non-financial public ...
3/3/2015 -  Risks of weaker oil prices may be underestimated in exporting countries: S&P, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) The global contagion of weaker crude may be 'underestimated' in the banking sector of certain oil-exporting countries, particularly Qatar, due to the direct credit exposure to ...
3/3/2015 -  Saad Sherida al-Kaabi is new IQ chairman, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Industries Qatar (IQ) has reconstituted its Board of Directors with Saad Sherida al-Kaabi (pictured) as chairman. Mohamed Nasser al-Hajri is the new vice-chairman. Abdulaziz ...
3/3/2015 -  GCC slowdown seen amid flat hydrocarbons and softer non-oil sectors, Gulf Times
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) The Gulf economies are expected to grow slower this year and show twin deficits on flattish hydrocarbons and softer non-oil sector, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch ...
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