Bahrain-based Gulf International Bank (GIB) has reported consolidated net income of $85.6 million for the year ended December 31, as against $121.5 million in 2013.
The bank said its income in 2013 included two exceptional, one-of
An estimated 10 per cent of the world’s adult population, nearly 600 million people, will suffer from the diabetes epidemic by 2015, according to a recently report.
The ‘Rising to the Challenge’ report, published
There will be further short-term weakness in the price of crude oil, UBS Wealth Management's latest research has revealed.
But it indicates that gains in the latter half of the year will take the price to between $67-72 per ba
A report from an international human rights group criticising Bahrain's judiciary has been branded politically motivated and biased.
The 635-page Human Rights Watch (HRW) World Report 2015, released yesterday (January 29), pro
US officials have lost the right to criticise others now that their own grisly detention and interrogation methods have been exposed, according to Bahraini activists.
Shocking revelations about the extent of the Central Intelligen
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Gulf International Bank (GIB) has reported consolidated net income after tax of $72.7 million for the nine months ended September 30 this year, compared with $101.5 million in the prior year period.
The prior year income included
GCC representatives convened in Bahrain to discuss the creation of a national environmental report for each country.
They are aiming to adopt a unified environmental strategy following a two-day workshop hosted by the Supreme Coun
Bahrain is one of the most wasteful nations on earth, according to a new report from a leading wildlife conservation organisation.
The World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) 2014 Living Planet Report, published recently, named Bahrain as