November 2004
Middle East;Nov2004, Issue 350, p47
The article presents news briefs related to trade and commerce in Middle East. Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank has signed a U.S. $40 million project finance deal with Horizon Djibouti Terminals Ltd. Emirates Airline& Arsenal Football Club PLC sign£ 100 million deal. Emirates Airline and Arsenal Football Club have signed the biggest club sponsorship in football history.


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