Global e-commerce trade is expected to hit $2 trillion by 2020, which will put burden on postal services worldwide, including in Bahrain and the Gulf.
Based on Universal Postal Union (UPU) statistics, the posta
Singapore could help Bahrain and the Middle East develop its e-government and e-commerce sectors.
The Asian city state embarked on e-commerce 29 years ago and, as one of the world leaders in the field, now exports its expertise around the
The majority of Bahraini business establishments use Internet as a means of communication, according to a study.
The availability of the Internet represents the cornerstone for e-trade whether at the individual, institutional or state leve