Peugeot in deal to revive Iran alliance

Carmaker and Iran Khodro in new venture to build vehicles

Mohammed Alabbar to buy Americana

Bankers say the deal could boost regional M&A market

Opec wary of Russia oil overtures

Decades of mistrust likely to colour any negotiations on output

Iran is back in business

The republic is returning to the global economy at a time of volatility

Barclays Plc Headquarters At Canary Wharf...Barclays Plc., headquarters, right, and Citigroup Inc., offices stand in Canary Wharf financial district in London, U.K., on Tuesday, April 27, 2010. Barclays Plc plans to increase funding for its private equity business focused on natural resources by 50 percent this year, a company executive said. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg
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Staveley sues Barclays for almost £1bn

Case goes back to 2008 emergency £5.8bn fundraising

Data security design with blue padlocks and binary code

Surge in Israeli cyber security launches

Founders of country’s start-ups are no longer just former veterans of elite military units

Iran plans to buy 114 Airbus jets

Deal would represent first commercial fruit of nuclear deal

Political diary

President Hassan Rouhani is visiting Rome and the Vatican

Saudi Arabia says $30 oil is ‘irrational’

Chairman of state oil company suggests no production cut looms

Euro banks remain wary of Iran business

Fears persist over falling foul of continuing US measures

Oil industry braced for re-entry of Iran

Country’s return comes as oil prices have slid below $30 a barrel

Etihad wins court ruling on code sharing

Appeal judgment overturns previous decision in ministry’s favour

Al Jazeera pulls plug on US cable channel

Qatar-owned company fails to attract viewers and advertisers

Middle East feels the cost of cheap oil

Lower export revenues damaging economies of producer states

Israel cyber expertise lures investors

Country’s share of global private-sector investment in the industry doubled to 20% in 2015

Saudis will make bankers wait over Aramco

Value of the oil business is put at $100bn to $10tn

Saudi Arabia plays down riyal peg fears

Policymaker responds to currency forward market volatility

Banks scramble to get on Saudi Aramco IPO

Deal likely to be long on prestige but less rewarding on fees

Why Aramco stake would still be a gamble

Size of oil behemoth comes with more than a few risks

Aramco listing fraught with complexity

Saudi oil group deeply interwoven into society, raising valuation doubts


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