Saad al-Kaabi, chief executive of Qatar Petroleum, gestures as he speaks to reporters in Doha, Qatar, July 4, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon/File Photo
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Qatar appointed the heads of its biggest bank and state-run oil firm to two key ministerial posts in a Cabinet reshuffle Sunday which comes amid a protracted dispute with Arab states.Qatar National Bank CEO Ali Ahmed al-Kuwari was appointed to a new portfolio which combined commerce and industry under one ministry in the cabinet reshuffle which also included changes to the justice, labor and social affairs ministries.Saad al-Kaabi, the chief executive officer of QP, joined the Cabinet as Minister of State for Energy Affairs, according to a decree published by the royal court.
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