Bahrain Commercial Facilities Company (BCFC) general assembly has approved a cash dividend of 50 per cent or 50 fils per share, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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Bahrain Kuwait Insurance Company’s (BKIC) shareholders will receive a cash dividend of 30 per cent (BD2.1 million/$5.6 million) of the paid-up capital, it has emerged reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) has awarded its shareholders total cash and stock dividend payouts of 35 per cent for last year, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
An urgent proposal to compensate Bahrainis for higher petrol prices has been unanimously approved by parliament. It was tabled yesterday (February 2) by 22 MPs led by Mohammed Al Ahmed, after the government raised petrol prices at the pumps on
An investor behind a proposed theme park in Muharraq, which was set to feature Bahrain’s first indoor ski slope, will seek BD5 million ($13.1 million) in compensation if his contract is terminated. The Muharraq Municipal Council said it
More than 130,000 Bahraini breadwinners have so far been registered for cash payouts they will receive once government meat subsidies are scrapped. Around 117,000 were automatically signed up as they were already enrolled with the Social Devel
A Bahraini bank has won a massive payout from a Saudi businessman described as ‘one of the biggest monetary judgements ever awarded in the GCC.’
Maan Al Sanea has been ordered by Bahrain's High Civil Court to pay A
Today (February 12) marks the second anniversary of Bahrain Air going into liquidation, leaving hundreds of employees without a job and thousands of customers out of pocket.
Millions of dinars are still owed by the former airline,
Several of Saudi Arabia's largest listed companies said on Monday they would pay out hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses, days after the new king ordered a handout to Saudi state employees to mark his accession.
Top government officials have rejected criticism after Bahrain allegedly paid out BD600 million ($1.6 billion) to foreign owned companies last year.
Some MPs have alleged firms from countries such as the UK and US were given prior