China's move to cut tax on small-engine cars may revive sales growth next year only to leave the world's biggest auto market running on empty in years to come, analysts warn, raising the spectre of industry restructuring at the end of
A five-year strategy to slash Bahrain’s medicine bill has been proposed following a three-day meeting of experts in Manama. It will now be referred to Health Ministry chiefs and could form the basis of a national effort to reduce spendin
A newly launched online service in Bahrain will help prevent citizens and residents from incurring losses due to court ban after undertaking travel plans, a minister said. Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ali
Bahrain hopes to save millions of dinars by overhauling its policies on medical prescriptions at the country’s public sector healthcare facilities. A national strategy to reduce spending on medicines will be drawn up following a three-da
Opec is likely to stick to its no-cut oil output policy when it meets in December if major producers from outside the group are not willing to help in reducing supplies, a senior Gulf Opec delegate said on Thursday.
Air France will cut less than a third of the 2,900 job cuts it proposed in a 2016/2017 plan that triggered clashes with some staff, the chief executive of parent company Air France-KLM said on Sunday.
The job cuts in 2016 would be volun
Tata Steel, the biggest steelmaker in Britain, is expected to cut around 1,200 jobs at its Scunthorpe plant, a union source said on Friday as the government convened a crisis summit on the sector.
Scunthorpe, which produces steel
Air France-KLM's plans to cut jobs and flights can still be avoided if negotiations between managers and unions progress, the airline's board said on Thursday.
The board reaffirmed its support for chief
Failing to wash hands with soap - one of the cheapest and most effective health interventions - costs the lives of children and undermines efforts to meet a new set of development goals, the United Nations children's agency (Unicef) said o
About 80 per cent of those benefitting from meat subsidies before they were scrapped were expatriates, companies and restaurants, Information, Parliament and Shura Council Affairs Minister Isa Al Hammadi told a Press conference at Gudaibiya Pa