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Network of international brands with GCC stakeholders
Twists and turns of the global economic landscape has seen Middle Eastern companies gaining more stake in international brands. And we’ve got a feeling it’s the tip of the iceberg.
January 11, 2012 4:49 by p.deleon
Recent news of Mannai Corporation of Qatar mulling over a cash offer of AED1.65 billion for a majority ownership (58 percent) of UAE-based jewellery brand Damas is just one of the recent brand migrations that the global market has seen. There has been a number of brands that are finding new homes under the management and partial ownership of companies in the Middle East. Click ‘next’ to see the network of international brands with new owners.
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