A view shows the Dubai Skyline, UAE February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Satish Kumar
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Abraaj, once one of the most influential emerging-market investors, plans to vacate its headquarters in Dubai's business hub after the embattled buyout firm failed to pay rent, people with the knowledge of the matter said.The lease on one of the company's offices has expired, one of the people said. Employees have been informed and Abraaj is looking for temporary office space, another person said.Abraaj Capital is registered in the DIFC and regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority.
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