The World Health Organization has added new curative treatments for hepatitis C to its essential medicines list, but the UN agency said prices needed to fall to make them accessible to patients in poorer countries.
The treatment o
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) wanting to list on the Bahrain Bourse (BHB) must have minimum asset value of $20 million or its equivalent in another currency, it was announced yesterday (April 27).
A statement said BHB chai
Bahraini passport-holders can access 61 countries visa-free, making it the fourth most powerful passport in the Arab World, according to a new ranking.
Bahrain is tied with Saudi Arabia and Tunisia as 57th most powerful passport g
Five chief executives of Bahrain's marquee companies, including three banks, have been recognised among Top 100 CEOs ranked by Trends and Insead Business School.
The awards, a celebration of the very best in GCC business leade
Ericsson Saudi Arabia and UAE claimed the number three spot in the Great Place to Work’s first-ever ‘Best Workplaces in Asia’ Awards ceremony held in Mumbai, India recently.
The rankings are decided by Great Plac
Leading provider of integrated facilities management Imdaad’s chief executive officer has been ranked number one in the fmME’s Power list of top 50 FM professionals.
Jamal Abdullah Lootah was recognised for his dynamic
A natural spring thought to be at least 550 years old in Bahrain has been listed as a national heritage site.
The Eskharah (Rocks) Spring is located on government-owned land between Saddad and Shahrakan, off the Budaiya Highway, s
Mezzan Holding has filed an application with Kuwait’s Capital Markets Authority to list on the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE).
The company plans to list on the official bourse following a secondary offering of 88.95 million sha
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) has listed the first set of government bonds worth $1.5 billion in assocation with Abu Dhabi’s Department of Finance (DOF), said a report.
It aims at building a bond market operating under
Six companies from the Middle East were named ‘global challengers’ by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), in recognition of their rapid growth, global expansion and emerging position as leaders in key markets.