By Mirna Sleiman DUBAI, June 28 (Reuters) - Ahmad al-Sayed, the Qatari investment manager holding the fate of Glencore's $26 billion takeover of Xstrata in his hands, is known as an aggressive negotiator who relishes the big deal. The lawyer was formerly general counsel at Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), the sovereign wealth fund of the gas-rich Gulf state, before taking the helm as chief executive of Qatar Holding in 2008. Well-liked and trusted by Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, ...
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