is present in many sectors in Tunisia, namely car distribution with the brands Kia and Honda, repair with Speedy, clothing stores Kiabi, agriculture in the region of Gabes (olive plantations and olive groves and almond trees), as well as in residential and office real estate.
operates 16 locations across four brands following the acquisition.
came to the football club for payment as the final gas tower was demolished at the site in 2002, but there was a problem.
Holding a declare que ses objectifs pour les douze mois a venir sont les suivants: poursuivre l'acquisition et la cession des actions et droits de vote, mais n'a pas formule une quelconque pretention a sieger au CA de l'entreprise.
Hydari, Group Managing Director of HBG
Holdings said, "At a time when the UK government is urging British firms to engage fully in fast growing emerging markets, we are doing our part to facilitate capital flows from the Gulf into small cap companies in the UK.
The investment by HBG
coincides with Northbridge's acquisition of Australia based Tasman Oil Tools, the latest in a series of acquisitions by the company to pursue its strategy of acquiring earnings-enhancing specialist businesses, HBG
said in a statement.
Construction, which has regional headquarters at Birstall and Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, has undertaken a string of developments across Yorkshire.
A ground-breaking ceremony was held to mark the beginning of the partnership between Q3 Academy and HBG
In addition HBG
has recently been awarded two other projects - the Q3 Academy in Great Barr and Slingfield Mill in Kidderminster.
, whose stakeholders include NCB Capital, a subsidiary of the National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia, is now one of the largest shareholders in MFC.
David Slack, account director at HBG
said: 'We are naturally delighted to be awarded this prestigious project.
Five KBG cultivars were chosen for this study: `Huntsville', `Dellwood Fine', and `H-86-386' because they served as the pollen source for the HBG
examined in this study, and `Kenblue' and `Bensuns A-34' because of their contrasting growth characteristics.