April 2004
Middle East;Apr2004, Issue 344, p49
Oman's Al Jazeira Services, a services company, has announced 42% dividend for second consecutive year. The company has also reported a profit of third quarter. Shaw Group Inc. has opened an office in Baghdad, Iraq, to support its increasing activity in the Arab state.


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