New censorship rules for photographs published in Bahrain’s newspapers and magazines could be introduced.
The aim is to outlaw images that contravene Islam or Bahraini cultural traditions, said a report in the Gulf Daily
Shrimping will continue to be banned for six months a year in Bahrain, despite calls from fishermen to relax the rules.
This was announced by Information Affairs Minister and official government spokesman Isa Al Hammadi following
Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority (CMA) is studying plans to introduce rules governing the listing of real estate investment trusts (REITs), two sources aware of the matter told Reuters.
The regulator has approached mark
One of the UAE most prominent businessmen is leading calls for regulations across the Gulf Arab region to smooth the transfer of ownership of family businesses after the death of the founder.
Family businesses generate more than 8
Activists have pledged to set up a watchdog to monitor the implementation of new rules regulating labour accommodation in Bahrain.
The Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, reported yesterday (March 31) on a Cabi
Formula One visa rules were spelt out yesterday (March 29) for the event from April 17 to 19, which will take place at the Bahrain International Circuit.
The F1 visa will be multi-entry and valid for two weeks from the date of the
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
New rules that restrict big bonuses for bankers in Bahrain have been implemented by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) since July last year, according to its top official.
Central Bank of Bahrain Governor Rasheed Al Maraj said the
A new categorisation system for hotels in Bahrain is set to come into force tomorrow (February 26) when it is published in the Official Gazette.
The rules for three, four and five-star hotels include regulations relating to the si
The UAE Securities and Commodities Authority urged brokerages that extend margin trading services to obey regulations and sell clients' shares if shortages in their accounts are not filled on time.
The market regulator said it