Analysis: Qatar demands respect with muscular Xstrata strategy
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Analysis: Qatar demands respect with muscular Xstrata strategy

Doha : Qatar | Sep 06, 2012 at 7:35 AM PDT
Source: International Business Times
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With a sovereign wealth fund analysts estimate at about $100 billion, the rich Gulf state has bought assets around the world over the past several years, including sizeable stakes in European banks, football clubs and luxury car makers. But liberal spending threatens to create an image of Qatar as... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
 
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