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In its 2015 list of The Most Valuable Companies in the Middle East, Brand Finance ranked NADEC 42nd across all sectors, with an estimated brand value of USD 407 millionPress Release - 24-Jun-2015
Riyadh, March 9, 2015: NADEC Foods, one of the leading food, dairy and beverage companies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), today announced the inauguration of its new Research and Development (R&D) Innovation Center in Haradh City, Saudi Arabia. The state-of-the-art center will serve as a hub for the development of new products, packaging, and processing for NADEC's businessesPress Release - 09-Mar-2015
20 January 2015Dubai, UAE: Al Baik has created the highest amount of positive noise amongst residents in Saudi Arabia throughout 2014, according to new Home-Grown Annual BrandIndex Rankings released by YouGov.The new Rankings, which exclusively focus on brands born out of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, showcase the top 10 brands with the highest Buzz scores over the last 12 months tracked by YouGov'Press Release - 20-Jan-2015
Riyadh - The National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC) announced that it has completed the studies, allocation requirements and receipt of agricultural land with an area of 60,000 acres in North Kordofan State of the Republic of Sudan.The company said in a statement today that the first phase of the investment will cost SR 93 million for cultivating an area of 3,200 hectares with fodderSaudi Press Agency - 28-Dec-2014
Net profits of listed food and agriculture firms grew by 15.5 percent to reach SAR 987.1 million in the first quarter of the current year compared to SAR 855 million in the same period last year.Arab News - 09-Jun-2014
Despite Trump's withdrawal, business groups have identified significant benefits from the climate change accord.
All in all, oversupply will continue to dominate price action in the oil markets for the foreseeable future