The Buzz Business briefing: 27 Nov 2013 Lebanon oil firms ‘still interested’, plus other news by Executive Staff November 27, 2013 Executive Staff November 27, 2013 Economics and Policy Most foreign oil firms are still keen to operate in Lebanon despite the delay in launching the offshore gas auction. More from The Daily Star FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Tuesday defended under-fire 2022 World Cup hosts Qatar over what he called “unfair” European media attacks. More from Reuters The UAE government is to spend $1.36bn building new homes for 10,000 Emiratis. More from Arabian Business Companies and Business Saudi state oil company Saudi Aramco said on Tuesday it had shut some of its computers for an upgrade and denied it had suffered a cyber attack similar to one it experienced last year. More from Reuters Qatari telecommunications firm Ooredoo has launched a $1.25 billion, five-year sukuk, the firm's first Islamic bond. More from Reuters Dubai-based property firm Damac Real Estate has extended roadshows on a London IPO by four days because the verdict on Dubai's bid to host World Expo 2020. More from Reuters General Electric Co said on Tuesday it signed a nearly $700 million deal with Saudi Electricity Co to supply natural gas turbine generators. More from Reuters 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Executive Staff -------------------------------------- View all posts by Executive Staff previous post Raising standards next post Business briefing: 29 Nov 2013 You may also like Lebanon’s grand plans for a new capital April 1, 2015 Executive Staff Cleisthenes, meet Ares January 28, 2015 Executive Staff Deficiency reigns August 18, 2014 Matt Nash In photos: Fashioning jewelry August 13, 2014 Nabila Rahhal A very holy month July 7, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Where to watch the World Cup June 30, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Broadcasting the World Cup June 30, 2014 Nabila Rahhal In photos: Beirut Design Week June 18, 2014 Nabila Rahhal A broadcast game June 12, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Just like a wavin’ flag June 12, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.