Bankers have urged the Bahrain Association of Banks (BAB) to play a greater role in negotiating with the authorities in order to alleviate the consequences of laws and regulations that are imposed on the sector.
In a statement iss
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
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has published a public consultation on ‘Prepaid Telecommunications Services Registration Regulations’ on its website recently.
Dr Khalid Bin Dais Al Khalifa
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
Bahrain has introduced a key legislation regulating fundraising, banning ordinary people and legal entities from raising funds ‘for public purposes’ unless licensed by the relevant ministry.
His Royal Highness Prime Mi
The Dubai Health Authority(DHA) has unveiled the price regulation model for health services in the private sector that will be applicable from next year.
Essa Al Maidoor, director-general of DHA, said: “This model essentiall
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Haj has unveiled plans to strengthen the electronic regulations to improve the services as well as streamline the arrival and departure of pilgrims with the umrah season set to begin on November 23.
The UAE has has won the membership of the International Telecommunication Union Council for the third time in a row.
The elections witnessed strong competition from 18 countries on 13 memberships reserved for the Asia region out o
The global Islamic finance industry is estimated to be worth $1.3 trillion and is growing at a rate of between 15 per cent and 20 per cent per year. However, growth comes at a cost. Many Islamic banks haven’t had the time to develop a true
Parliament has approved Shura Council's amendments to a new building regulation law that gives Bahrain's municipalities the power to demolish buildings in violation of the regulations without a court order.