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Qatari sovereign fund CEO says ‘business as usual’ despite isolation

2017/09/13 | 17:05

(Iraq Now News)- Al-Thani says ‘no problem’ for $300 dollar sovereign fund despite Gulf diplomatic crisis passing the 100-day mark in rare public appearance.

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