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Emirates Global Aluminium blames lower prices for drop in sales revenues while net income almost halves
State-owned Emirates Global Aluminium seeks to refinance existing project finance debt
Emirates Global Aluminium says axing of about 250 staff is aimed at creating a leaner entity
State-owned Emirates Global Aluminium also says Guinea project on track for first bauxite production in 2017
Ministry of Economy says it has successfully defended producers in probe into cheap aluminium imports
Phase II will increase production at Emirates Aluminium to 1.3m tonnes by the end of 2014
Merger of DUBAL, EMAL will create the world's fifth largest aluminium company
Emirates Aluminium on track to complete its $4 billion phase two by the end of 2014
Fundraising covers a significant portion of the $4bn required to expand its smelter development
Sources say Emirates Aluminium has hired Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, ADCB
Funding to be split between export credit agencies and commercial banks, sources say
Aluminium giant embarks on second phase development of world's largest smelter
Company expects to triple output capacity to 700,000 tonnes by the end of 2010
Abu Dhabi-Dubai JV expects to go to market in the third or fourth quarter of next year
President, CEO hails deal after financing agreed with three export credit agencies.
EMAL is a 50-50 joint venture between Abu Dhabi's Mubadala and Dubai Aluminium.
State-owned Emirates Aluminium bags its first international shipment of the metal.
Company plans to increase current production levels to 700,00 tpy by 2010.
The company plans an initial capacity of 700,000 metric tons a year during first phase.
Pipeline designed to enable onsite power production at Emal's aluminium smelter.
EGA was created by the merger of two state-owned aluminium companies Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) and Abu Dhabi's Emirates Aluminium (Emal)
Emirates Aluminium to pay higher rates due to impact of euro crisis on Middle East lending
Emirates Aluminium approaches banks to arrange funds for expansion project
Emirates Aluminium’s annual capacity to nearly double under planned project
Emirates Aluminium (Emal) has awarded a US $200 million (AED734 million) contract to Alstom for the supply of gas treatment centres (GTCs).
Emirates Aluminium Company (EMAL), the joint venture equally owned by Mubadala Development Company and Dubai Aluminium, has closed its US $4.9 billion record financing deal.
Cables company, Prysmian, has been awarded a US $33.4 million (AED122.6 million) EPC contract by Emirates Aluminum Company (Emal) for the supply and installation of high voltage cables and systems for...
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