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China slashes entry visa fees for Bahrainis

The fees levied on Bahrainis who apply for entry visas to China have been slashed from BD42 ($110.6) to BD24. The Chinese Embassy in Manama will implement the measure from Monday (May 4), said a report in the Gulf Daily News (

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Subsidy cuts in India's budget ‘may disappoint investors’

India may slash its food and fuel subsidy bill by about $8 billion in next week's budget, two sources said, but despite the impressive headline, the cut is not as radical as free market champions had hoped for in Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Aldar’s mega-mall revenue ‘will help cut debt’

Abu Dhabi's Aldar Properties will further slash its debt this year as it nets higher-margin recurring revenue from a newly opened mega mall, a senior executive said on Thursday after it reported a 61 per cent jump in quarterly profit.

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Gulf Air slashes losses by a third to $166m

Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air slashed its losses by a third last year compared to the previous year, it has been revealed. The government-owned carrier lost BD63 million ($166 million) last year, compared to BD89.5 mil

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Prices of more medicines to be slashed in Bahrain

Prices of 400 types of skin and venereal medicines will be slashed by 50 per cent starting October 7 in Bahrain. This will bring the total number of drug categories affected by price reductions to 2,487, said a report in the Gulf

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Prices of antibiotics to be slashed soon in Bahrain

Prices of some of Bahrain's most popular antibiotics are set to be slashed later this year, as part of a nationwide drive to reduce the cost of medication. Commonly prescribed medicines such as azithromycin or 'Zithormax&#

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34 Bahrain hotels to slash room rates by 20pc

Thirty-four of Bahrain's top hotels have agreed to slash room rates by 20 per cent after Eid, a tourism official said.   The Culture Ministry has signed an agreement with

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Work hours to be slashed for disabled Bahrainis

Disabled Bahrainis will get their working hours slashed under an amendment approved by parliament yesterday.   It will grant disabled people and those taking care of them two hours off work each day, said a repor

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Bahrain pharmas petition against price cuts

Bahrain's pharmacies have submitted a petition to the government against moves to slash the retail price of thousands of medicines. They were ordered to reduce their profit margins on around 5,000 products from yesterday, mean

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Qtel slashes Dawli overseas call rates

Qatar Telecom has unveiled a new range of options for its popular Dawli International Card, allowing customers to take advantage of lower rates when making overseas calls. The promotion will run for eight weeks across the summer, enab

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