Single Bahraini women, divorcees, widows and abandoned wives could soon be eligible for government homes, after the Shura Council yesterday (March 29) approved amendments to 40-year-old legislation governing social housing services.
Kuwait’s real gross domestic product (GDP) has been projected to slow this year as the government cuts subsidies before recovering in the next two year as major development projects get underway, according to a report.
A major exhibition focused on innovation and excellence in government work will take place in Dubai, UAE, in March.
The third edition of the Dubai Government Achievement Exhibition (DGAE) will be held from March 30 to April 1 at the Dub
The LED lighting market in India is set to reach $2.2 billion by 2021, as demand for power is expected to increase exponentially in the country over the years, according to a recent analysis.
The ‘India LED Lighting Market (
Saudi Arabia is set to support its farmers in promoting organic farming and to phase out production of all water intensive crops that are depleting the kingdom’s scarce water supplies, according to a report.
Inaugurating a w
Equate Petrochemical Company, Kuwait’s first international joint-venture in the industrial sector, has recognised a number of governmental bodies in appreciation for their international role.
The recognition included the Min
A new programme has been introduced to boost the professional skills of Bahraini government employees.
Launched by the Office of the First Deputy Prime Minister (FDPM) yesterday, the programme caters to high-calibre employees work
International government and business leaders are convening for a summit about technology and innovation that will shape future governments and best meet citizens’ needs in Dubai.
The three day third annual Government Summit
Government Islamic lease securities (Sukuk Al Ijara) issued by the Central Bank of Bahrain yesterday (February 2) got listed on the Bahrain Bourse (BHB), it was announced.
It will now be traded openly under the symbol GILS.22.SUKU
Gulf states, which pump a quarter of the world's daily oil supply, may see record government spending programmes curtailed in this year's budgets.
This is due to a more than 50 per cent decline in crude prices which may ma