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Bahrain Report

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According to the Global Information Readiness Report, Bahrain ranks exceptionally high in almost every category of ITC readiness on the Networked Readiness Index (NRI). Overall, Bahrain is ranked 29th (out of 133) Continue
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23 May 2011 |
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Family Owned Conglomerates in Bahrain Traditionally, Bahrain developed its own business families. Despite the influx of foreign players, Bahrain still boosts very powerful diversified conglomerates Continue
12 May 2011 |
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Bahrain's largest industry companies are in Aluminuim manufacturing and processing. Due to cheap energy Bahrain is home to one of the largest smelters in the world. Bahrain has also steel and iron Continue
12 May 2011 |
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Despite the diversification efforts Bahrain remains heavily dependent on oil and the oil prices. The income from the oil related business accounts for over 70% of government’s income. Continue
12 May 2011 |
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According to the Global Information Readiness Report, Bahrain ranks exceptionally high in almost every category of ITC readiness on the Networked Readiness Index (NRI). Overall, Bahrain is ranked Continue
12 May 2011 |
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Bahrain real estate sector is dominated by a number of mega-projects with involvement of Bahrain based investment companies or banks. Many projects have been put on hold due to the crisis. Following Continue
12 May 2011 |
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Marcopolis.net presents the list of top aviation companies in Bahrain. Continue
12 May 2011 |
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View the list of the top Islamic investment banks in Bahrain. Continue
10 May 2011 |
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    Bahrain has 411 banks and other financial institutions, which includes 77 wholesale banks, 30 retail banks, and 27 representative offices. In addition, it has 27 Islamic banks. In Continue
25 October 2010 |
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Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA), is a newly established governmental entity that manages and supervisies internal and external media in Bahrain. Continue
30 June 2010 |
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GPIC is one of the first Petrochemical Companies in the Middle East to embark on a Carbon Dioxide Recovery (CDR) Project, to cut down green house gas (GHG) emissions and to improve overall efficiency Continue
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23 May 2011 |
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Family Owned Conglomerates in Bahrain Traditionally, Bahrain developed its own business families. Despite the influx of foreign players, Bahrain still boosts very powerful diversified conglomerates Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Bahrain's largest industry companies are in Aluminuim manufacturing and processing. Due to cheap energy Bahrain is home to one of the largest smelters in the world. Bahrain has also steel and iron Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Despite the diversification efforts Bahrain remains heavily dependent on oil and the oil prices. The income from the oil related business accounts for over 70% of government’s income. Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
According to the Global Information Readiness Report, Bahrain ranks exceptionally high in almost every category of ITC readiness on the Networked Readiness Index (NRI). Overall, Bahrain is ranked Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Bahrain real estate sector is dominated by a number of mega-projects with involvement of Bahrain based investment companies or banks. Many projects have been put on hold due to the crisis. Following Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Marcopolis.net presents the list of top aviation companies in Bahrain. Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
View the list of the top Islamic investment banks in Bahrain. Continue
10 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
    Bahrain has 411 banks and other financial institutions, which includes 77 wholesale banks, 30 retail banks, and 27 representative offices. In addition, it has 27 Islamic banks. In Continue
02 July 2009 |
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Global Banking Corporation B.S.C.(c) [GB CORP] is an Islamic investment bank incorporated in the Kingdom of Bahrain. GB CORP pursues a dynamic business model, primarily focusing on Continue
02 July 2009 |
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Founded in 1929 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Robeco is one of the few large, independent pure play asset managers in Europe with assets under management amounting to EUR 111 billion and over 2.000 Continue
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23 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Family Owned Conglomerates in Bahrain Traditionally, Bahrain developed its own business families. Despite the influx of foreign players, Bahrain still boosts very powerful diversified conglomerates Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Bahrain's largest industry companies are in Aluminuim manufacturing and processing. Due to cheap energy Bahrain is home to one of the largest smelters in the world. Bahrain has also steel and iron Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Despite the diversification efforts Bahrain remains heavily dependent on oil and the oil prices. The income from the oil related business accounts for over 70% of government’s income. Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
According to the Global Information Readiness Report, Bahrain ranks exceptionally high in almost every category of ITC readiness on the Networked Readiness Index (NRI). Overall, Bahrain is ranked Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Bahrain real estate sector is dominated by a number of mega-projects with involvement of Bahrain based investment companies or banks. Many projects have been put on hold due to the crisis. Following Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
Marcopolis.net presents the list of top aviation companies in Bahrain. Continue
12 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
View the list of the top Islamic investment banks in Bahrain. Continue
10 May 2011 |
Ben Novak
    Bahrain has 411 banks and other financial institutions, which includes 77 wholesale banks, 30 retail banks, and 27 representative offices. In addition, it has 27 Islamic banks. In Continue
25 October 2010 |
Ben Novak
Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA), is a newly established governmental entity that manages and supervisies internal and external media in Bahrain. Continue
30 June 2010 |
Ben Novak
GPIC is one of the first Petrochemical Companies in the Middle East to embark on a Carbon Dioxide Recovery (CDR) Project, to cut down green house gas (GHG) emissions and to improve overall efficiency Continue
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