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Saudi Arabian Oil Co. isn't the only one keeping IPO markets busy in the Middle East.The company could raise at least $1 billion in a share sale on the local exchange, one of the people said.AluminiumThe largest aluminum producer in the Middle East is considering an IPO in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, potentially making it one of the first companies to be represented on both exchanges, according to people familiar with the plan.The developer of the world's tallest tower expects to complete the IPO by November, with a size similar to its Emaar Malls PJSC offering, which raised about $1.58 billion in 2014 and is the largest share sale in the UAE in the past nine years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.SenaatThe industrial conglomerate, which holds stakes in Abu Dhabi's National Petroleum Construction Co. and Emirates Steel, is considering reviving plans for an IPO three years after putting them on hold, people with knowledge of the matter said.
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