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Saipem-Subsea 7 would be “the 4th largest company in their domain”

A merger between Saipem and Subsea 7 “would create a truly global oilfield service giant with over $12.4 billion in revenue,” said Audun Martinsen, head of oilfield service research at Rystad Energy

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Saudi Arabia approves listing of Aramco

Riyadh - Saudi regulators on Sunday approved state energy giant Aramco’s request to make its stock market debut, firing the starting gun on the highly anticipated offering which could be the world’s largest. The announcement paves the way for a domestic stock listing of Aramco

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Italy’s Salvini triumphs in Umbria as govt alliance slumps

Rome - Rightist bloc storms to 20-point win over govt parties. Salvini’s League confirmed as most popular party.

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Street clashes spur Catalan leader to call for Madrid talks

Barcelona - Catalonia’s pro-independence regional chief Quim Torra called for talks with Spain’s central government on Saturday to try to end a wave of violence sparked by the jailing of separatist leaders.

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EU deadlocked over Albania membership

Brussels - Bitterly divided EU leaders failed Friday to reach agreement on allowing Albania and North Macedonia to start talks to join the bloc, dealing a fresh blow to their membership hopes. Summit talks ended without a decision despite seven hours of backroom haggling

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Lebanese government faces calls to resign

Lebanese government faces calls to resign

Beirut - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign Thursday after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit

“Made in Italy loses 20% in US market as result of tariffs”

“Made in Italy loses 20% in US market as result of tariffs”

Coldiretti reports. The benefit from the situation is for the lobby linked to the US dairy industry (CCFN) which has explicitly asked with a letter to impose taxes on imports of European cheeses to favor the fake Made in Italy industry and force the Union European to open the borders to the fake Italian food made in US

U.S. shipping sanctions deal European refiners an unexpected boost
S.Africa’s Ramaphosa says nation working to attract private investment

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