Lebanon's central bank said a planned stimulus package for 2014 will offer around $800 million of incentives to support the country's economy, hit by war in neighbouring Syria and political turmoil at home.
The programme w
Tourists coming into Bahrain in cruise ships will be given a glimpse of the country's historic desert during treks that will include a pit stop at the famous Tree of Life, said a top official.
They could also be taken for a dr
Bahrain plans to launch several greenery drives in various governorates, as well as prizes for agricultural development and educational courses to boost the agricultural sector in the country.
Plans include the development of the King Ham
Bahrain will step up efforts to boost its competitiveness and promote economic performance, said HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, while issuing directives to launch trade, economic and investment incentive packages.
Mashreq, one of the UAE’s leading financial institutions, has launched a new banking programme that aims to build stronger relationships with customers by offering unique and personalized incentives.
Called ‘Salaam by Mashreq’, the new app
The Gulf Incentive, Business Travel and Meetings Exhibition (GIBTM) 2011 edition attracted over 2,100 visitors and buyers, marking an 11 per cent increase compared to last year and 20 per cent more exhibiting companies.
The event, which co
Imdaad, a leading provider of facilities management solutions in the UAE, has reported strong growth results in 2010 and has announced robust growth forecast in 2011 with revenues expected to increase 15 per cent.
The company announced new
Online registration for GIBTM, the Gulf Incentive, Business Travel and Meetings Exhibition, is now open, allowing early-bird visitors to register in advance and take advantage of a raft of benefits in the build-up to the March event.
The trend of performance based compensation will gain ground in Kuwait’s investment sector in the coming months, according to a new study by leading HR consulting service providers Ernst & Young.
E&Y in its recent compensation stud
Batelco has been given a Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) carte blanche on offering promotions and incentives to its mobile customers, said a top official of the company.
Batelco Group chief executive Peter Kaliaropoulos said