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A group of Saudi hackers calling themselves group-x​p published details of more than 6,000 Israeli credit cards online in the second such incident in three days, army radio reported on
Algerian subsidiary of ArcelorMittal near collapse?
The Algerian subsidiary of ArcelorMittal, the iron and steel multinational, faces bankruptcy at its plant in El-Hadjar in the east of the country, a union official said.
Jordan's bourse loses 12.7 points in first week of 2012?
In terms of sectors, the index of the financial sector decreased 0.68 percent, the services sector slipped 0.21 percent and the industries sector dropped 0.46 percent Average daily volume of trading amounted to USD 11 million, compared to USD 18 million the week before, slipping 38.8 percent.​
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Benchmark of Jordanian Bourse shed 12.7 points?
Volume of overall daily trading reached approximately USD 44.3 million, compared to USD 54.3 million in the week before.
Danube revenue up 25% in a challenging market?

This is the second year that the company has attained more than 20 per cent growth under market conditions that it described as being “under stress”.

This also keeps the Dubai company on track to reach its revenue target of more than Dh3 billion by 2015. Its range of wood products, for which prices were more stable, earned revenues of Dh751 million, while the rest came from the non-wood items. While the company has been steadily expanding in key retail markets, distribution still accounts for the majority of its revenues — 88 per cent.

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