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  About President
President receives chairman of UK Nimag Group
[25/October/2007]

ADEN,  (Saba)- President Ali Abdullah Saleh met on Thursday with chairman of British Nimag Group Kin Jonas who is currently visiting Yemen.

In the meeting, they discussed fields of investment that the group intends to invest in, especially energy and minerals and setting up refineries.

The chairman of Nimag voiced the desire of the group to invest in Yemen and to enjoy the good features of investment Yemen has.

President Saleh welcomed the investments of the group in the country, affirming that the group would receive all facilitates and care from the government to insure the success of its projects in
Yemen. Saleh briefed available opportunities of investment and guarantees Yemen offers to local and foreign investors.

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