01 April 2008 04:30 [Source: ICIS news]
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Tenant could stay put in certain situations
A tenant who has been served eviction notice by the landlord has the right to remain in the property in certain situations, according to an expert.
Bush to champion Ukraine, Georgia at Nato summit
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Crude plunges $5 as
Oil prices plunged $5 to below $101 a barrel on Monday on expectations Iraqi oil flows disrupted by a bomb attack last week would be fully restored over the next day.
Anglo American buys ore projects for $5.5bn
Global mining giant Anglo American on Monday agreed to buy Brazilian iron ore interests for $5.5bn amid strong demand for steel, particularly from
Deposed judge returns, new Cabinet in
IBM Corp temporarily banned
IBM Corp has been temporarily banned from new federal contracts as prosecutors examine interactions between employees of the company and the Environmental Protection Agency.
The rise of
Sisters torch children to death over witchcraft
British airline hires passengers to fill planes
Budget airline Flybe is hiring people to travel on flights between a small airport in
Corporate governance under focus after financial crisis
Corporate governance has come under focus by specialized authorities in recent years due to financial crises faced by large companies, said Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah on Sunday.
Land dispute with Saudi won’t delay
Cabinet announces customs tariff cut; oks Turkish bank
The Council of Ministers yesterday agreed to cut customs tariff on 180 products--including foodstuffs, building materials and consumer goods--by 15% to 20%, Culture and Information Minister Iyad Madani said.
Israeli settlement expansion should stop, urges rice
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said yesterday that
KAU conference to focus on Islamic economic solutions
A large number of prominent economists, researchers, business leaders and decision-makers from different parts of the world will attend the seventh Islamic Economic Conference, which opens at King Abdul Aziz University (KAU) today.
Prince Alwaleed receives
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), received Sidi M Ahmayda, the roving ambassador for Niger President Mamadou Tandja at his office in Riyadh, the company reported yesterday.
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Tension mounts over
Frustration is mounting across
Settlement plans eclipse Rice talks
Condoleezza Rice, the
US announces financial overhaul
'Open skies' airline pact takes off
Travellers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean will find they have more options when booking non-stop flights between the
No more visits by Moussa until Arab foreign ministers meet - Fatfat
Youth and Sports Minister Ahmad Fatfat told The Daily Star on Monday that the Arab League's efforts in the coming weeks will focus on holding an emergency session for Arab foreign ministers to discuss the strained relations between
Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Butros Sfeir voiced regret on Monday over what he described as "the crumbling of institutions" in Lebanon, saying the Lebanese no longer know how to get out of the current crisis.
The state of energy-sector reforms in the MENA region
What is energy sector reform and what is its purpose. Reform of the energy sector is to bring about change of the form of the sector through structural, institutional, legal and regulatory transformations to enable and promote efficient development and operations of the sector. The main outcome is to maximize the benefits of the sector.
Iraq agrees to buy 40 planes from Boeing, 10 from Bombardier
Polls lead for Mugabe rivals
The opposition claimed a wide lead yesterday in
Rocket barrage on Green Zone
Rockets fell on the Green Zone and random machine gunfire rang out yesterday in
Leaders in making
Eight ambitious Bahraini graduates will be given the opportunity to learn leadership skills in the
Gulf Air studies security risks
Gulf Air has for the first time brought all key security personnel from outstations under one roof in a bid to further strengthen the vigilance and security measures across the airline's network.
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