April 21, 2001
Bahrain’s ministry of commerce and industry will launch soon a “pioneering Internet website” aimed at providing necessary information about the Gulf s
April 20, 2001
An art competition organized in Bahrain on Thursday to highlight the perils of smoking attracted 75 youngsters.
April 19, 2001
Son of Bahrain’s tourism chief has been killed in a car crash in the US.
April 18, 2001
Infrastructure projects in Bahrain, worth BD27 million, will be implemented soon following the approval of the ministerial committee in charge of stra
Bahrain and Qatar agreed on Tuesday to set up several joint ventures, paving the way for more cooperation between the two Gulf states.
Bahrain’s newly established Economic Development Board (EDB) plans to attract an annual $600 million to $800 million in foreign direct investment, in an effort to diversify Bahrain’s economy.
April 17, 2001
Bahrain's emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa, reshuffled the government on Tuesday, bringing in five new faces, but leaving the key posts unchange
Bahrain has set 800 million dollars (BD302.4m) as its yearly target for new international investment in the Gulf state.
April 16, 2001
A Bahrain-based General Council for Islamic Financial Institutions will become operational later this year.
A 15-million-dollar tower will be constructed in Bahrain to boost tourism in the Gulf state.
Bahrain and Kuwait have agreed to set up a joint supreme cooperation committee, marking a new era of ties in the fields of politics, economy, trade an
Bahraini women should enjoy more rights as democratic reforms take hold in the Gulf state, said a member of the Shura council.
April 15, 2001
Labor unions may soon be allowed to operate legally in Bahrain when the Gulf state introduces an amendment to the labor law that will also allow "some
The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee convenes on Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement last month to bolster bilateral ties.
Bahrain and Qatar are to launch the first ferry service between the two Gulf neighbors, now the world court has settled their territorial dispute, a newspaper reported Saturday, April 14. "The propos