Sunday, November 18, 2018

Money & Business

Bahrain: Over 9,000 Employees Apply For Voluntary Retirement

More than 9000 public sector employees have applied for voluntary retirement so far, announced Ahmed bin Zayed Al-Zayed, Chairman of the Civil Service Bureau (CSB).The scheme...

Dubai: 50 New Metro Trains With Greater Capacity In 2019

A new batch of 50 trains with a greater capacity of around 700 riders will join Dubai Metro operations by the end of October 2019.Mattar...

2,200 km-Long Railway Network To Link All Six Gulf States

The 2,200 km-long railway network that will link the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states from Kuwait City to the Omani capital Muscat is already...

New Tallest Twin Towers In The Heart Of Bahrain Bay

Golden Gate Developers, a joint venture between Bahraini-based company Kooheji Golden Gate and Indian real estate companies Ajmera Realty and Mayfair Housing, today (November...

Bahrain To Welcome Around 128,000 Cruise Passengers

Hosting the cruise tourism since 2009, this year 128,900 cruise passengers are expected to visit Bahrain between November 2018 – April 2019 on 52...

Bahrain To Host Chocolate & Coffee Expo Next Month

Chocolate and Coffee Expo 2018 will be held in Bahrain on December 6th where exhibitors from 11 countries will be participating.Exhibitors from five Arab...

Abu Dhabi To Launch Very First Open-Air Waterpark Cinema.

Abu Dhabi's very first open-air waterpark cinema is set to be launched soon by Yas Waterworld, a one-of-a-kind waterpark offering families fun-packed adventures and the engaging...

Emirates Gears Up For Its Largest Presence Ever At Bahrain Airshow

Dubai national carrier Emirates is set for its largest participation yet at this year's Bahrain International Airshow (BIA) to be held from November 14...

Bahrain To Become A Leading Aviation Fueling Hub

Bahrain to become a leading regional aviation hub with the launch of a new Fuel Farm Complex in the vicinity of Bahrain International Airport...

UAE Economic Growth Expected To Rise In 2019

The UAE economy is expected to grow 4.2% in 2019 due to higher oil prices and a stronger non-oil sector, the governor of its...
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