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Ajlan and Bros... The eighth in the Arab world and the fifth locally among the 100 most influential companies

Forbes Middle East announced the lists of the strongest and most influential Arab companies in the Arab world, as this list contained 100 companies from various Arab countries, and Forbes Middle East indicated that the number of companies that entered into the study of this list is much more, but a hundred companies were chosen The principles and conditions for studying the list apply to it, and this announcement came as part of a ceremony held by Forbes Middle East in Abu Dhabi under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Youth in the UAE.

Ajlan & Bros. according to the Forbes Middle East Council lists, it came eighth in the Arab world, and the fifth in Saudi Arabia among the 100 most influential companies in the Arab world. Emirati women ranked in the top eight, led by Al-Futtaim Group.

Imran Salah El-Din, Director of Investment at Ajlan & Brothers, said, commenting on this achievement, he said: "Our presence on the Forbes Middle East list of the strongest and most influential Arab companies on the Arab world is evidence that industrial and commercial work is not only related to the theory of profit and loss, but that commercial work must have an active role in the development and development of societies and contribute to a positive impact on them."

In turn, Imran Salah El-Din thanked Forbes Middle East magazine and those in charge of it and praised their high professionalism, which made their credibility a distinctive mark, and stressed that these lists do not enter into the field of competition between companies, as he said: Our presence on these lists is in itself a success, and the arrangement on these lists does not come from the door of competition between companies, but rather it is a compass that indicates the best policies followed and indicators of the success achieved as lessons and lessons, and that the real competition is not between the companies that appeared on the lists, but the companies that did not appear. Ultimately, as an incentive for it to appear in the future. "