January 22, 2001
Bahrain’s ministry of treasury and national economy has announced its intention to slash customs duties levied on imported automobiles in three phases over a three-year period.
January 21, 2001
Bahrain will embark in March on a one-billion-dollar tourism project to build a string of artificial islands northeast of the Gulf state.
January 20, 2001
A number of the Gulf\'s star entertainers will be performing live in Bahrain during the forthcoming Bahrain Festival 2001, which will take place here
Cancer patients in Bahrain will soon benefit from a second deep-radiation therapy system that is to be installed at the Salmaniya Medical Complex in M
January 17, 2001
Bahrain will soon introduce an anti-money laundering law in line with the recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
January 15, 2001
More than 50 Arab and foreign labor leaders are expected to gather in Bahrain in February for a two-day public employment-services conference.
January 13, 2001
A number of Bahraini businessmen and investors announced their plans to launch the first integral investment project in Manama.
January 9, 2001
Bahrain University will start offering a degree course on travel, tourism and hotel industry in the second semester of this academic year, the Gulf Ne
January 7, 2001
A total of 6,916 Bahrainis were given jobs last year through the employment program of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (Molsa), Bahrain Tribu
January 4, 2001
Surplex, a European asset recovery solutions provider for surplus machinery, which recently established headquarters for the Middle East region in Bahrain, has completed a second institutional financi
January 3, 2001
Effective January 1st, Grindlays Bahrain Bank is operating under its new name, Commercial Bank of Bahrain, the Gulf News reported Wednesday. The ANZ B
January 2, 2001
Seventeen Bahraini jewelers leave for Muscat next week for the prestigious ‘Wonders of Gold’ exhibition of Bahrain’s best in gold craftsmanship and je
January 1, 2001
Aeroflot, Russian national airline, resumed regular passenger flights between Sheremetyevo-2 Airport in Moscow and the Bahraini capital, Manama, on December 25.
December 31, 2000
The trend towards smoking among women in Bahrain is increasing, Bahrain Tribune reported Sunday, quoting a senior official. The Head of the Anti-Smoki
Bahrain’s finance minister has said that tariffs will be cut on consumer goods and imported cars by 2003, as part of a series of economic and political reforms initiated by Bahrain\'s Emir Sheikh Hama