Bahrain has been ranked top among Arab countries in a UN e-government survey.
It was placed 18th overall of 193 countries included in the UN e-Government Survey 2014, up 18 positions from 2012, said a report in
Bahrain has been named first among all Arab nations in this year's United Nations (UN) e-Government Readiness Survey.
The country has also been, for the third consecutive time, named among the top eight cou
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has recorded significant improvements in nearly all 18 service and facility categories under the first quarter Airport Service Quality (ASQ) survey.
This has cemented the QAIA position among
Bahrain is the safest country in the Arab and the Middle East regions and the sixth internationally, it has been revealed.
An international survey carried out by Numbeo, the biggest free database on cities and
The employees across the GCC countries can expect a 6.3 per cent growth in their salaries this year, according to a report based on a recent survey.
The salary hike is significant when compared to 5.9 per cent in 2012, reported th
Marketers are being urged to optimise their survey design in order to deliver better insights into what people do, said an expert.
Steve Hamilton-Clark, CEO of TNS Mena, a leading custom market research organis
An overwhelming majority (91 per cent) of consumers find it easier to purchase in-store than either online or by mobile, while about 46 per cent said they plan to buy more online in future, according to a survey.
Hedge funds are expected reach a record breaking $3 trillion by the end of this year, as compared to $2.6 trillion last year, said a report.
Deutsche Bank’s 12th annual Alternative Investor Survey said this is based on inves
Eight out of 10 young people in the Mena region are optimistic about their prospects in the coming year, although 45 per cent of employed young people are not doing the work they would like to do, said a new study.
The new online
Two thirds of Middle East employees in the financial sector agree that the effort by their companies to recruit nationals respective to the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar is working, a report said.
Meanwhile, three quarters o