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|| Standard Chartered to move 50-100 jobs to Dubai from London

Standard Chartered, the UK-based global bank, today announced that it will move 50 to 100 jobs from its London office to its new office in Dubai.

"Standard Chartered's very positive about Dubai's prospects to be a major financial center and we want to get in early and establish a strong presence'' Standard Chartered's London-based spokesman Sean Farrell said. Read more on Bloomberg or Reuters.

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