Tuesday 1 December 2015
price cuts

Batelco mulls options on TRA price cut ruling

Bahrain Telecommunications (Batelco) has yet to decide whether to appeal against a regulator ruling ordering it to slash various interconnection fees it charges rival domestic operators, a top executive told Reuters on Tuesday. As the for


EU crisis spells more pain for drugmakers

Drugmakers are counting the cost of the deepening euro zone crisis, with further austerity-driven price cuts expected in important European markets, including Italy and France, said experts. Growing alarm at multiple government-imposed cut


Gulf firms told to focus on product improvement

Gulf companies must stop focusing on price cuts, and start looking at areas where they can stand apart from their competition, according to Professor Michael E. Porter, the world’s leading business strategist. Professor Porter, who was spe


Potter loss for booksellers

Harry Potter has no spell for bookstore profits.  Millions of people will descend on stores for a copy of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' in July, but deep discounts mean many will struggle to turn a profit from the jamboree. '

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