March 1, 2001
Several countries have aspired to the title of “Hong Kong of the Middle East,” but possibly only one has been deserving of the honor — Bahrain. Indeed, just as the once-British colony of Hong Kong rem
February 28, 2001
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Company (Batelco) signed Tuesday an agreement with the Swedish Ericsson group to expand the Gulf state’s mobile network.
February 27, 2001
The Gulf island state of Bahrain attracted 3.33 million visitors in 2000, an increase of 9.5 percent over the previous year.
Date: Mar. 17 – Mar. 20, 2001. Location: Middle East Oil Show & Conference (Biennial) Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, Bahrain. Coordination By: P.O. Box 833836, Richardson, TX 75083-3836
Date: Mar. 17 – Mar. 20, 2001. Location: Biennial Show & Conference, Bahrain International Exhibition Center, Bahrain. Coordination By: Arabian Exhibition Management, P.O. Box 202000, Manama, Ba
February 26, 2001
Bahrain has announced it will define areas in the Gulf state where foreigners can own property for investment projects.
Morocco’s King Mohammed VI held talks Sunday in Manama with Bahrain’s Emir Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa on ways of boosting bilateral cooperation.
<b>Date:</b> Mar 17 - Mar 20, 2001 <b>Location:</b> International Exhibition Centre, Manama, Bahrain <b>Specifics:</b> 12th Middle East Oil Show & conference. Conference theme “Optimising Oil a
February 24, 2001
Bahrain and Russia will start in March talks aimed at boosting trade ties and encouraging bilateral investments.
February 22, 2001
Bahrain's total exports surpassed five billion dollars in 2000 as oil exports amounted to 4 billion.
Bahrain registered a trade deficit of 318.2 million Bahraini dinars in 2000 ($844 million), with exports of BD 644.5 million and imports of BD 962.7 million. However, the picture was reversed where no
February 21, 2001
By Mahmoud Al Abed English News Editor After the landslide public approval of political reforms in Bahrain, the notion that political opposition is a
Money laundering has been declared by the authorities in Bahrain as an offense worthy of an up to seven-year jail term a fine of up to one million dinars, reported <I>Gulf News</I>.
February 20, 2001
Money laundering has been declared by the authorities in Bahrain as an offense worthy of an up to seven-year jail term a fine of up to one million dinars.
February 19, 2001
Bahrain's Emir, Sheikh Hamad al-Khalifa abolished Sunday the emergency laws in force in the Gulf state for more than 25 years. Meanwhile, an oppositio