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01 Jan

Gulf Navigation Holding said on Tuesday it will sell new shares to existing investors in the first quarter to raise funds for expanding its business as the Dubai-based shipper targets a goal of increasing its revenues by 300 per cent by 2021.

The Dubai-listed company said it will increase the company's capital by Dh448.3 million to raise the company's total paid up capital to Dh1 billion, distributed over one billion shares at a par value of Dh1 a share.

Gulf Navigation Holding said on Tuesday it will sell new shares to existing investors in the first quarter to raise funds for expanding its business as the Dubai-based shipper targets a goal of increasing its revenues by 300 per cent by 2021.

The Dubai-listed company said it will increase the company's capital by Dh448.3 million to raise the company's total paid up capital to Dh1 billion, distributed over one billion shares at a par value of Dh1 a share.

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01 Jan

AMSTERDAM — For 60 years, the Sal Meyer deli in Amsterdam has been serving kosher foods like its signature pekelvlees, a fatty corned beef steeped in meat juices and served with a bun.

The deli is one of the few kosher restaurants left in Amsterdam, a city that once had such a vibrant Jewish community that it still retains the nickname Mokum, the Yiddish word for “safe haven.” People travel from miles away to meet their friends there, and the deli holds a small community together in a country where 80 percent of the Jewish population was killed during World War II.

AMSTERDAM — For 60 years, the Sal Meyer deli in Amsterdam has been serving kosher foods like its signature pekelvlees, a fatty corned beef steeped in meat juices and served with a bun.

The deli is one of the few kosher restaurants left in Amsterdam, a city that once had such a vibrant Jewish community that it still retains the nickname Mokum, the Yiddish word for “safe haven.” People travel from miles away to meet their friends there, and the deli holds a small community together in a country where 80 percent of the Jewish population was killed during World War II.

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12 Dec

Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be under bearish spell to trade under 8,600 levels as foreign funds largely kept away from the market in view of Christmas.

Increased buying support from local retail investors notwithstanding, the 20-stock Qatar Index fell 0.36% for the second consecutive day to 8,569.58points.

There was increased net selling by domestic institutions and lower buying support from non-Qatari individuals in the bourse, whose year-to-date losses were seen at 17.89%.

Qatar Stock Exchange continued to be under bearish spell to trade under 8,600 levels as foreign funds largely kept away from the market in view of Christmas.

Increased buying support from local retail investors notwithstanding, the 20-stock Qatar Index fell 0.36% for the second consecutive day to 8,569.58points.

There was increased net selling by domestic institutions and lower buying support from non-Qatari individuals in the bourse, whose year-to-date losses were seen at 17.89%.

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