Oil eased further below $50 a barrel on Wednesday, pressured by concern a supply glut will persist and demand slow down as economic growth moderates in No 2 consumer China.
Chinese growth for the third quarter
Major roadworks are planned for one of Bahrain’s busiest road junctions as an underpass is set to be constructed at the entrance to Juffair. The tunnel, which will be constructed on the Al Fateh Highway near the Gulf Hotel and Ahmed Al F
A new measure will soon be introduced to ease the truck congestion on the Saudi Arabia-Bahrain King Fahad Causeway as part of efforts to avert bottlenecks and ensure smooth flow of lorries.
Loaded trucks will leave Khalifa Bin Sal
Oil prices fell more than $1 a barrel on Friday as worries receded over the threat of disruptions to Middle East supplies due to Saudi Arabia-led air strikes in Yemen.
Goldman Sachs said the bombing of Yemen would have little effe
Any visitor to a GCC country will be eligible for a one-month multiple-entry visa to Bahrain under new rules coming into effect next Wednesday (April 1).
The new rules also allow GCC residents and citizens of 102 countries to obta
Iran is pressing major world powers to agree to start easing some restrictions on its atomic programme earlier than Western countries are willing to accept, Western and Iranian officials told Reuters.
This is one of the sticking p
Investments worth billions of dinars are expected to be pumped into Bahrain as the government works on easing regulations on setting up businesses in the kingdom.
Information Affairs Minister Isa Al Hammadi said urban development
Multiple-entry visa on arrival and longer validity visas will be available from the second quarter onwards in Bahrain, a top official has said.
The Nationality, Passport and Residence Affairs (NPRA) assistant under-secretary Shaik
The ruler of Dubai, a Gulf trade and investment hub with strong links to Iran, said in remarks broadcast on Monday that the international community should ease sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Under a deal struck on November 24,
Brent crude slipped below $108 a barrel on Monday and was on track for its first monthly drop in four months, as tensions over Iran eased and as a potential US government shutdown clouded the outlook for demand.
Republicans and De