More than 400 exhibitors from across 30 countries and more than 10,000 trade visitors are set to take part a top signage show in Dubai in January next year.
The 18th edition of SGI Dubai will take place from January 11 to 13 at th
Bahrain’s trade laws are to be overhauled to expedite dispute settlement and attract foreign investments, it was announced at a Cabinet meeting yesterday.
The meeting was chaired by HRH the Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin
Officials from the Economic Development Board (EDB) are currently on a visit to the People's Republic of China in preparation for a Bahraini roadshow to be conducted by a high-level delegation later this year.
The roadshow wil
Visa fees are set to increase for everyone entering Bahrain from October, excluding labourers and domestic workers.
This was announced by the Interior Ministry's General Directorate for Nationality, Passports and Residence Aff
Brent crude oil rose by more than $1 towards $107 on Friday after the United States approved air strikes against Islamist militants in Iraq, raising concerns over the security of oil supplies from Opec's second largest producer.
Dubai’s foreign trade in phones totalled Dh163 billion ($44.37 billion) in 2013, representing about 12 per cent of the emirate’s overall foreign trade volume, according to the latest data released by the Dubai Customs.
Two Indonesians sheltered at a government-run centre for abused women in Bahrain have claimed a gang forced them into prostitution.
The women, who worked as maids in different homes, told they were lured into vice by a group of Ba
A new summit dedicated to customs and trade facilitation issues will be launched at a gathering of business and government leaders from more than 80 countries in Dubai in October.
The ‘Global Customs and Trade Facilitation&r
India has threatened to block a worldwide reform of custom rules, which some estimates say could add $1 trillion to the global economy and create 21 million jobs, prompting a US warning that its demands could kill global trade reform efforts.
Bahrain authorities are cracking down on mafias selling alcohol in the black market and have urged people to help them stop the illicit activity.
They say they have recorded a surge in people trading illegally in the capital even