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Arab-African International Bank

A bank in Egypt. It promotes the increased use of retail banking among the Egyptian population and provides brokerage and investment services. It was established 1964 as a joint venture between the Central Bank of Egypt and the Kuwait Investment Authority.
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AAIB also had widespread initiatives to engage its employees in reducing their carbon emissions.
The First Minister described Scottish law officers' anger at the "dearth of information flow and a lack of respect" shown by AAIB officials towards victims' families, the police and prosecutors.
The AAIB concluded it was probable that the engine fuel flow restriction was caused by a build-up of ice within the fuel system on the flight on which 136 passengers were travelling.
AAIB, the specialist insurance brokers focused on emerging markets and the Middle East, said it has signed an exclusive agreement with The Millbrook Partnership to deliver specialist risk management service in the region.
After going through the Iraqi governmental procedures, AAIB Insurance Brokers has successfully completed the registration of its office in Baghdad on Oct 20, 09 to be the first foreign insurance entity registered and with offices in Baghdad.
The AAIB said 64 hours of flying time had been recorded for the aircraft between March 2006 and May 2008 and it was likely that most of these hours were flown by Mr Matthews, who was married.
The AAIB says the crew transmitted a "brief" mayday call before the helicopter, operated by Bond Offshore, lost contact with air traffic control.
The AAIB said before the closure there had been several separate areas of the runway that had a temporary ungrooved base course asphalt surface while resurfacing work went on.
The incidents occurred in wet weather between November 2006 and January 2007, with three incidents investigated by the AAIB taking place on 29 December 2006 and one on 3 January 2007.
AAIB chief inspector David King yesterday promised an initial report into the accident "within 48 hours" and a preliminary report within 30 days.
The wing of the glider was knocked off by the force of the impact and both people plunged to their deaths, an AAIB spokesman said.