The Dutch government decided yesterday to start selling state-owned bank ABN Amro seven years after it was nationalised during the financial crisis.
'A first part will be sold from the fourth quarter,' Finance Minister Je
The Apple Watch goes on sale around the world on Friday, the final stage of a protracted launch of Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook's first new product, capping months of publicity and a frenetic two weeks of pre-orders.
Smuggled antiquities from conflict zones are finding their way to Gulf countries, including Bahrain, warned a top official.
The sale of stolen artefacts from Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya has been generating revenues for terror gro
AA Real Estate Development has announced the sales launch of M.State by Ocean Breeze, a collection of five landmark villas located on frond M of the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, UAE.
Developed and marketed by AA Real Estate Development
Two new McLaren supercars launched yesterday (April 19) are expected to boost the luxury car brand's presence in Bahrain by 50-60 per cent, an official has said.
McLaren Automotive's marketing manager for Middle East and A
Ticket sales for this weekend's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix are up 22 per cent compared with last year, Information Affairs Minister and official government spokesman Isa Al Hammadi told a press conference after the Cabinet session yesterday
RAK Ceramics, one of the world's biggest makers of floor and wall tiles, has inked a deal for the sale of its 51 per cent share in its joint venture firm to Laticrete International for Dh48.1 million ($13 million).
The joint v
Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait (BBK) has announced it executed a large trade on the Bahrain Bourse on behalf of a client through its division - BBK Brokerage Services.
Bahrain Kuwait Insurance Company (BKIC) has taken a 10.7 per cent
E-commerce sales in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is set to touch $41.5 billion by 2020, one of the highest growths across the industry worldwide, according to experts.
Awok.com, a UAE-based online shopping platform, has seen
Abu Dhabi fund Aabar Investments said its sale of €2 billion ($2.2 billion) of bonds exchangeable into shares of UniCredit was not an exit from its investment in the Italian bank, but a way to improve its own finances.