Bahrain could partner with other GCC countries to build power plants abroad, which will feed energy back into the power grid.
A shared GCC power grid has been active for five years and until now has primarily been used to guarante
More than 10 per cent of the global petrochemical and chemical production worth over $3.8 trillion came from Gulf nations, said a top industry expert.
"During 2012, the Gulf’s production capacity of petrochemicals and c
The young demographic structure of the GCC region is creating a surge in demand for housing that could lead to a shortage in excess of one million units by 2018, a report said.
With the GCC region set to face a massive shortage of
GCC economies are perusing investments in the right direction, addressing infrastructure needs and investing in sectors that will create more opportunities in the long run, said a report.
Standard Chartered has published the lates
Chivas Regal has launched ‘The Venture’ in the GCC, as part of a global search for the most promising social entrepreneurs - those with businesses or ideas that use enterprise and innovation as a force for good.
The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman have emerged as the top three meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (Mice) destinations in the GCC.
The number of international association meetings in the region has more than tripled over the
The GCC travel catering market is expected to witness an annual growth rate of five per cent, a recent report said.
This is due to the rapid increase in passenger volumes, expansion of GCC airline fleets and the high priority given to t
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have planned to start a joint tourist visa system by first targeting expatriates, according to a report.
Expatriates with valid residency permit of a GCC state would be issued a unified
Mazagan Beach and Golf Resort, a leading destination in North Africa, said there has been a rise in inflow of GCC tourists to the resort during the first nine months of the year.
Stephan Killinger, president, attributed this growi
Infrastructure contracts worth more than $45 billion will be awarded in the GCC by the end of the year, double the value of contracts ($22.6 billion) given in 2012, said a report.
The lion's share of the contracts will focus o