Menus at restaurants across Bahrain are being rewritten as owners try to account for the higher cost of meat. Some have even stopped selling lamb, mutton and beef dishes altogether, following government subsidy cuts at the start of the month,
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has said that it had revised its outlook on Bahrain-based Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG) to stable from negative.
At the same time, it affirmed the 'BB+' long-term and 'B'
Bahrain’s national policy on tuberculosis elimination is outdated and needs to be revised, a visiting team of international health experts has warned.
Highly infectious and often fatal, tuberculosis - or TB - is spread throu
Bahrain’s top telecommunications services provider Batelco is set to revise its charges for IDD (International Direct Dial) calls made from fixed lines starting from August.
All IDD calls from fixed lines will be charged per
Bahrain's tough new traffic law will first be revised by parliament due to differences over various articles - especially those related to punishment.
The Shura Council members have passed a new traffic law that includes jail
Nissan is set to launch its all-new Tiida, a revised second generation compact hatchback for the Middle East market.
The Nissan Tiida, first introduced in the region in 2005, already has a market share of 54 per cent of the hatchb
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has reissued its guidelines for global investment to adapt to new challenges of the investment environment and further promote investment as a driver of economic growth.
The revised gui
Citadel Capital said its opportunity-specific fund has signed an amended share purchase deal with Calgary-based Sea Dragon Energy for sale of its 100 per cent stake in the upstream energy firm, National Petroleum Company Egypt.
Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) has brought in a series of regulatory changes to the Dubai International Financial Centre's (DIFC) collective investment funds regime to create a more competitive financial hub.
The changes wer
Four international firms, including the US Fluor Corp, submitted on Saturday revised bids to build a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia, sources said.
South Korea's Hyundai Engineering and Construction, Daelim Industrial Company and T