Sokotra


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Sokotra

(səˈkəʊtrə)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Socotra

So•co•tra

or So•ko•tra

(soʊˈkoʊ trə, ˈsɒk ə trə)

n.
an island of the Republic of Yemen in the Indian Ocean, S of Arabia: 1382 sq. mi. (3579 sq. km).
So•co′tran, n., adj.
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Global Banking News-August 15, 2018-Consortium led by SOKOTRA acquires 100% of L'Aquaculture Tunisienne
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 15, 2018-Consortium led by SOKOTRA acquires 100% of L'Aquaculture Tunisienne
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-August 15, 2018-Consortium led by SOKOTRA acquires 100% of L'Aquaculture Tunisienne
Summary: Sokotra Capital, a Dubai firm set up by former UBS Group AG banker Albert Momdjian, led a consortium of investors in acquiring fish-farm L'Aquaculture Tunisienne for an undisclosed amount.
6 August 2018 - Dubai-based investment company Sokotra Capital Ltd., specialising in the agriculture and aquaculture sectors, has led a consortium in the acquisition of 100% of aquaculture company L'aquaculture Tunisienne (AT), the company said.
Sokotra Capital, a Dubai-based private investment company specialising in the agriculture and aquaculture sectors, has announced that a consortium led by the company has completed the acquisition of AT, one of the oldest and most established companies in the aquaculture sector in North Africa and the Mediterranean basin.
The language is also spoken as a mother tongue as well as a second language in the Island of Sokotra, off the Horn of Africa.
(DIBAQ), one of Spain's largest and oldest privately owned animal feed producers, and SOKOTRA Capital Ltd.
Still, the market is ripe for more investment said Albert Momdijan, founder and CEO of Dubai-based Sokotra Capital.
Iran and India are attracting luxury retail brands and that is expected to continue in the coming years, according to Albert Momdjian, founder and chief executive of Sokotra Capital.
Chelidoperca occipitalis: Holotype, ZMH 5136, 114 mm SL, Off Sokotra Islands, Arabian Sea, 190-290 m depth.