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dunlop crybaby rack wah control DUBAI  - The owners of Ma'arif for Education & Training, the largest owner and operator of private schools in Saudi Arabia, are in talks about selling the business, two sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters on Tuesday.

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Ma'arif, owned by the Al Blehed family, runs more than 100 schools across the kingdom, offering Arabic, British and American curricula, according to its website.

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The potential deal could fetch as much as $1.5 billion if it includes the real estate holdings where the schools are located, one of the sources said. crack Ma'arif and Samba did not respond to queries for comment when contacted by Reuters.

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