Qatar, the UAE and Bahrain have been ranked in the top 30 for the third consecutive year in an annual global technology survey for network readiness index 2014.
Qatar is ranked at number 23, followed by the UAE at 24, while Bahrai
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has jumped from its 2012 international ranking at 186th place to 44th place this year according to the global Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Survey for Q2 2013.
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Bahrain is home to three of the world’s top twenty special economic zones and locations for inward investment, economic development and business expansion globally, according to a report by Foreign Direct Investment Magazine.
Bahrain is the 37th most competitive country in the world, up one place from a year ago, according to the latest Global Competitiveness report produced by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Qatar, in 17th place, leads the GCC but all of the m