April 6, 2001
A delegation of 25 Qatari businessmen is due to start a three-day visit to Manama on Friday
April 5, 2001
The Bahraini decision to allow the import of satellite dishes has led to a strong reaction from the local market where shop owners are preparing thems
Bahrain’s emir Shaikh Hamad bin Issa al-Khalifa will visit Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
Up to 19 commercial banks in Bahrain may cooperate in the creation of a credit reference bureau, designed to enable sharing information in the personal finance sector.
April 4, 2001
Thousands of liters of fresh milk are being distributed to needy families all over Bahrain this month.
April 3, 2001
Bahrain-based Arab Insurance Group (ARIG) announced on Friday, March 30, a net loss of $90.9 million for the year 2000, mostly as a result of unstable global financial markets and a weak reinsurance m
The First Islamic Investment Bank, a Bahrain-based financial institution which operates according to the precepts of Islamic law (Shariah) has announced that it is entering into a $243 million joint v
April 2, 2001
The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee will convene next Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement last month to bolster bilateral ties.
A Pakistani national was killed on Sunday and 6 others were seriously injured in one of the “worst pile-ups in Bahrain’s history.”
The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee will convene next Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement to bolster bilateral ties.
Bahrain has set a deadline of mid-May for oil majors to submit bids for exploration rights in Gulf waters whose sovereignty was disputed until a World Court ruling last month, newspapers reported Sund
April 1, 2001
Bahrain’s Ahli United Banks (AUB) board of directors reported Saturday a $40.1 million net profit for 2000, an 18 percent increase over 1999.
British Royal couple, the Earl of Wessex Prince Edward, and his wife, the Countess of Wessex, Sophie Rhys-Jones, arrived on Saturday in Manama on a th
Bahrain’s Prime Minister, Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, has called upon leading international oil and gas companies to offer their bids for pr
March 31, 2001
The British embassy in Bahrain has finalized the arrangements for a red carpet reception for Britain’s Royal couple, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie