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Amanah

In Saudi Arabia, a political subdivision equivalent to a municipality.
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Ahmad Khatib, CEO of Amana Capital, considered that this partnership is vital to spread effective professional training all over the globe.
Location of Project and Description of Site : Al Amana is headquartered in Rabat and has 587 branches in Morocco.
With a small investment now, Amana, and those like her, are then more likely to stay in school longer and learn more.
Al Khatib ended saying that Amana Capital looks forward to helping Ettifaq Club in achieving success during this season and that the main reason behind conducting this partnership was the good reputation of the club and its wide audience in the Kingdom.
But our job as a post-acute rehabilitation centre is to bring him back to his normal life," Peyvand Khaleghian, a director of Amana Healthcare told XPRESS.
We are proud to be partnering with Amana Healthcare as the leading provider of long-term medical and rehabilitation services in the GCC region.
Amana Bank operating in Sri Lanka being recognised as the Best Up and Coming Islamic Bank of the World, is truly significant considering that Muslims represent only 10 percent of the country's population.
said Magi Livadaris, Vice President for Clinical Operations at Amana
Amana's decision to shift from AutoCAD to Autodesk BIM has already produced positive results for us," said William Bsaibes, green initiative manager -- Leed AP BD+C, Amana Contracting & Steel Buildings.
In further testament to the Government's belief in the business, Amana Bank was the first bank to be inaugurated by Cabraal since he became governor in 2006.
Mihular said Amana Bank wants to attract funds from the cash-rich Middle East which is looking for investments for its surplus cash generated from oil and to fund badly needed infrastructure projects in the island.
Amana Constructing and Steel Buildings is considered a regionally-leading organization in the design of industrial and commercial facilities, as it accomplished quiver achievements so far in (1500) buildings and facilities across the region.