Injaz Bahrain has set a target to reach 20,000 students for the spring semester 2015/16 period, it has emerged. In a statement, the organisation, which focuses on economic empowerment of the youth, also said more than 700 volunteers were requi
A delegation from the UAE's Ministry of Finance (MoF) is on its official visit to Denmark, where it seeks to strengthen trade relations and sign an agreement on the exchange of information for tax purposes at the Danish Ministry of Taxatio
Ibdar Bank, a Bahrain-based wholesale Islamic investment bank, has appointed Khalil Al Awadhi as executive director, Investors Relations.
Awadhi joins the bank with more than 30 years of experience in asset man
Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) chairman Khalid Almoayed underscored the importance of activating and developing Bahraini-Russian economic and investment relations. He said promoting bilateral relations according to the potenti
Bahrain is forging stronger ties with Russia, with several key agreements to be signed soon. Preparations are also underway for a joint military co-operation agreement, Russian Ambassador Vagif Garaev said yesterday (August 28) in a report in
Iran should refrain from meddling in Bahrain’s internal affairs following the signing of a key nuclear deal, said British Ambassador Iain Lindsay.
The outgoing diplomat said the UK was aware of the concerns raised by GCC sta
Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) has launched two professional qualifications in public relations (PR), offered in association with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), UK.
The Advance Certificate and
Qatar National Bank (QNB) won the ‘Best Company for Investor Relations in Qatar' award at the Middle East Investor Relations Society 2014 Annual Conference held at the DIFC Conference Centre in Dubai, according to a report.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has appointed Amina Taher as its new head of media relations.
Taher comes with more than 10 years experience in the field of marketing and communication and will join Etihad’s
India and China have agreed to try to avoid flare-ups along their disputed 4,000km border through the Himalayas, a positive development in often fractious relations between Asia's emerging giants.
The two cou