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Plea to increase staff at Bahrain’s main hospital

A shortage of staff at Bahrain’s main hospital during weekends and public holidays is causing unnecessary suffering to sickle cell anaemia patients, an activist has claimed. Bahrain Society for Sickle Cell Anaemia Patient Ca

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Public-private partnership to help ME digitisation

Middle East countries will need to utilise public-private partnerships to support their digital transformation agendas, in order to benefit from the networked connection of people, process, data and things – the Internet of Everything, acc

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Al Ain Police enhances security levels for Eid

The Al Ain Police Department has completed the preparations to enhance the security and safety of the public, ahead of the Eid Al Fitr holiday. The security levels will be tightened and police officers will be available near praye

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Plan to boost private taxis in Bahrain

Plans are underway to increase the number of taxis in Bahrain in a bid to boost the country’s public transport system. Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed said the move would also address the issue of

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IFSB issues Microtakaful regulation draft

The Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) has issued the Exposure Draft of its joint paper with the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS). The ‘Issues in Regulation and Supervision of Microtakaful (Isla

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Saudi Airlines unit eyes $752m from IPO

Saudi Ground Services Company, a unit of national carrier Saudi Arabian Airlines, has set the price for its 30 per cent initial share sale at 50 riyals ($13.3) per share, a statement from the company's financial adviser said on Thursday.

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Saudi Airlines unit eyes $752m from IPO

Saudi Ground Services Company, a unit of national carrier Saudi Arabian Airlines, has set the price for its 30 per cent initial share sale at 50 riyals ($13.3) per share, a statement from the company's financial adviser said on Thursday.

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Spending rethink 'vital for subsidy cuts plan'

Bahrain’s government has been asked to justify its planned public spending in the budget for 2015 and 2016, as parliament and the Shura Council seek alternatives to subsidy cuts. Both chambers of the National Assembly yester

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Alternatives to subsidy cuts urged in Bahrain

Alternatives to subsidy cuts must be found as Bahrain seeks to rein in public spending, a joint meeting of MPs and Shura Council members announced yesterday (May 24). Shura Council financial and economic affairs committee chairman

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Enoc in bid to buy out Dragon Oil’s minority shareholders

Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) went public with an offer to buy out minority shareholders in Dragon Oil, saying talks with a committee set up by the Turkmenistan-focused oil explorer had not yet produced the endorsement it believed its ‘f

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