The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has granted a wholesale banking license to JS Bank, to open a branch in the kingdom.
The license will allows the bank to expand its activities as wholesale bank from Bahrain, said a statement.
Eight new coffee shops have been licensed to sell sheesha at a popular leisure destination, despite a ban imposed by the Muharraq Municipal Council.
They are located at The Lagoon at Amwaj Islands, where the council, on April 13,
A new comprehensive law to organise all aspects of the fishing industry will be drawn up by the Bahrain government.
MPs yesterday (June 30) made more than 50 recommendations for the law, which would officially recognise the indust
HSBC Holdings has received a qualified foreign investor licence in Saudi Arabia and traded shares on the bourse yesterday (June 15), the first day that direct foreign investment was allowed, the bank said.
Saudi Arabia’s Cap
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has granted a licence to Cairo Amman Bank, to open a branch in Bahrain.
The licence allows the bank to expand its activities as a wholesale bank from the kingdom, said a report in the Gulf Dai
Tabuk Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Company, a leading pharmaceutical company in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has entered into an exclusive license and distribution agreement with Innovus Pharmaceuticals.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) has filed the Operating License Application (OLA) for Barakah Units 1 & 2 with the UAE’s Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR).
The submittal follows a five year-l
HSBC Bank Middle East has said its Bahrain operations continue as before and are unaffected by the cancellation of a legacy licence in the country.
In a statement, the bank said “the cancellation of the wholesale banking lic
Hikma Pharmaceuticals, a leading multinational pharmaceutical group, has signed an exclusive license agreement with specialty pharmaceutical company Azanta for its proprietary cancer product Nimoral (nimorazole).
Leading technology, engineering, procurement and construction company KBR has signed a deal with Showa Denko to license acetyls technologies globally.
The demand for acetic acid products derived including plastic bottles (PET), pa