RMK Projects, the developing arm of RM Kooheji group, has appointed the Bahrain-based Impact Estate as the property and facility management company for its recently completed residential project Nasmah West in the kingdom.
Following the recent turn of events in Turkey, the outlook for travel and tourism demand in the country is likely to be impacted in the short to medium term, said Nadejda Popova, Travel Project manager, Euromonitor International.
Crude oil prices have so far shown only a modest impact from Britain's vote to leave the European Union on Thursday.
Brent crude futures for the nearest contact to delivery were down by just over $2 per barrel or about 4 per c
Etihad Aviation Group (EAG) and its equity airline partners will provide a contribution of up to $9.6 billion to the Abu Dhabi economy in 2016, a new report shows.
According to figures released by Oxford Economics Group, the group
Impact Estate, a Bahrain-based full-service real estate company, is taking part in the Gulf Property Show 2016 along with its sister company Impact Interiors.
Both companies are showcasing exceptional products at the exhibition ta
Bahrain-based Impact Estate has joined forces with leading developers in the United Kingdom to offer special packages to regional investors who are keen to enter the British property market.
An exclusive stand will be set up at th
One major hurdle is thwarting efforts to measure the extent of the Zika epidemic and its suspected links to thousands of birth defects in Brazil: accurate diagnosis of a virus that still confounds blood tests.
Diversifying regional economies in the wake of slumping oil prices dominated a debate held at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) yesterday (February 3). National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) chief executive Shaikh Mohamme
The impact of mandatory healthcare insurance dominated discussions at the ongoing annual Healthcare Insurance Forum in Dubai, UAE.
The four-day forum, which has brought together leaders in the regional healthca
The energy-pricing reforms by GCC governments will have direct and indirect effects on the welfare of households and the profitability and competitiveness of the regional industry, according to a report.