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|| Dubai's Al-Futtaim Family Office Plans $1 Billion Investments in Global Assets

alfuttaim-investments.jpgDubai's family-owned conglomerate Al-Futtaim Group is planning to invest up to $1 billion globally in the next few years - with five deals in advanced stages.

Deals close to completion include purchases in the east African automotive sector, a construction equipment deal in Saudi Arabia and real estate in Morocco - the Financial Times is reporting.

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