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S.A. Competition Commission Recommends Tribunal Unconditionally Approve Aramco-SABIC Deal
Saudi's SABIC Q2 Profit Down 68.4%
Clariant CFO Says Resumption Of Talks With SABIC Hinges On Valuations, Other Issues
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based company, which is engaged, together with its subsidiaries, in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of chemical, agri-nutrient and metal products in global markets. The Company operates under the following business segments: The Chemicals segment, which includes chemicals, polymers and plastic products; the Agri-Nutrients segment, which consists of fertilizer products; the Metals segment, which consists of steel products, as well as the Corporate segment, which includes the corporate operations, technology and innovation centers, investment activities and SABIC Industrial Investments Company (SIIC). The Company’s subsidiaries include: Saudi European Petrochemical Co, Arabian Petrochemical Co and Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics BV, among others.
Abdulaziz Saleh Aljarbou
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Yousef Abdullah Al Benyan
Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Timothy D. Leveille
Executive Vice President - Corporate Finance
Executive Vice President - Corporate Human Resources
Samir A. Al Abd Rabo
Executive Vice President Agri-Nutrients
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Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund has chosen Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Michael Klein as advisers on its planned sale of a stake in petrochemicals firm SABIC to Saudi Aramco, sources familiar with the process said.
Saudi Basic Industries Corp <2010.SE> won regulatory approvals on Monday to buy a quarter of Swiss chemicals maker Clariant <CLN.S>, cementing a partnership they hope will drive profit.
Talks on the potential acquisition of a stake in Saudi Basic Industries Corp <2010.SE> are taking place solely between national oil firm Saudi Aramco and the kingdom's top sovereign wealth fund, SABIC's chief executive said on Sunday.
Saudi Basic Industries Corp <2010.SE> (SABIC), the world's fourth-biggest petrochemicals company, reported an 18.6 percent drop in fourth-quarter net profit on Sunday, citing lower output and sales. SABIC made a net profit of 3.67 billion riyals ($979 million) in the three...
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation <2010.SE> (SABIC) is evaluating acquisition opportunities in the range of $3 billion to $6 billion in petrochemicals, specialty chemicals and fertilisers, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
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