Bahrain’s investment sector focus for forum
Manama, August 19, 2013
The investment sector in Bahrain, which saw the number of registered companies topping 1,000 in the third quarter of 2012, will come under focus at an upcoming forum and exhibition in Manama.
The Invest in Bahrain Forum and Exhibition which will be held from October 30 to 31 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The event is considered one of the most distinguished forums in the GCC, with its varied yet focused set of programmes.
The annual event saw remarkable success in its seventh year, attracting a record number of delegates and participants from all over the world. It offered a lucrative environment in which many valuable investment opportunities were transformed into new investment projects, transactions and agreements.
Invest in Bahrain has received the admiration of both regional and global investment entities and is now considered a vital part of Bahrain's future development. It aims to elevate the economy and increase the participation of various sectors in the local net production.
It is seen as having an important role in further developing the national economy and creating employment opportunities for Bahrainis. It also offers new investment opportunities in collaboration with various ministries.
It will continue to promote and motivate local, regional, and foreign investment opportunities and seek the involvement of foreign embassies and commercial boards and invite investors and businessmen from the GCC.
Since the beginning of the new millennium, Bahrain has progressed into an unprecedented economic era, with its enviable strategic location, appealing tax exemptions and business-friendly environment that forced no restrictions over individuals and wealth.
Bahrain was transformed into an advanced economical and financial centre.
Based on these factors, Invest in Bahrain was launched in 2004 with the aim of reinforcing the national economy and to attract and motivate investments into the kingdom by highlighting its abilities. – TradeArabia News Service