August 28, 2005
Bahrain All Share Index on Sunday closed at 2009.88 points, marking an increase of 6.62 points over the previous closing. This increase was due to the
The expected BD1 billion Northern Town will ease housing problems in the area, Northern Governorate elected representatives has said recently. The Works and Housing Ministry has received bids for the
Bahrain's Capital Municipal Council is preparing new regulations allowing taller buildings in certain quarters of Manama. According to the GDN, building owners in the Seef District, Juffair and the Di
Scores of families staged a rally Saturday expressing their frustration over the long years they have spent waiting for government housing. According to the GDN, police placed barricades to keep the p
Investcorp, the global investment group that specializes in alternative assets, Saturday announced a net profit for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2005 of $110.3 million, representing an increase of 2
August 25, 2005
High real estate prices in Bahrain have forced some local businesspersons to invest in real estate in Oman, where prices are reportedly moderate, a press report indicated on Thursday.
A senior Bahraini Works and Housing Ministry official on Wednesday rejected claims that the government was not fair in the allocation of government homes. Assistant Under-Secretary for Housing Affairs
Work on the BD1 billion Northern Town is expected to start in November, it was announced Wednesday. According to GDN, the Bahraini Works and Housing Ministry received bids for the project's land recla
August 24, 2005
The Bahrain Monetary Agency (BMA) has successfully launched the debut issue of a short term, tradable Ijara sukuk (Islamic leasing bonds), in yet anot
Batelco has signed bilateral commercial GPRS and MMS roaming agreement with Etihad Etisalat Company in Saudi Arabia, giving customers - who are traveling to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - the ability t
A new housing project is set to go ahead in Nabih Saleh after 18 pieces of land were purchased by the Bahraini Municipalities and Agriculture Ministry. According to GDN, Manama Municipal Council chair
Two new buildings, established at a combined cost of BD9 million, will open to students at Bahrain University when the new academic year starts next month.