Now in its second edition, Doing Business with Bahrain is the definitive guide to the economic reforms and initiatives now attracting foreign investors to the Kingdom. The guide emphasizes Bahrain's key role as a regional financial hub and provides overviews of prospective sectors for investment, including natural resources, manufacturing, telecommunications and property markets. In addition, the guide is well-grounded in its explanation of the legal and regulatory framework, as well as finance, accounting and taxation practices and procedures.CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: Abu Ghazaleh Intellectual Property; Ministry of Labour a Social Affairs; Al Mahmood a Zu'bi; ALBA; Arab Bank; Bahrain Monetary Agency; Bahrain Stock Exchange; BAMCO; BANAGAS; Bank of Bahrain a Kuwait; BAPCO; BAPCO; Cluttons; Economic Development Board; GARMCO; GPIC; Gulf International Bank; InCite; KPMG; Mellon Global Investments; MICE Management; Ministry of Commerce a Industry; Telecommunications Authority; Tourism Department, Ministry of Information; Trowers a Hamlins.Investment promotion efforts are being supported by the government at the highest level, while free zones are being established to ... The government has recently signed numerous bilateral agreements (ie with Thailand, China, Malaysia, Singapore, ... Acknowledgment Many thanks Ms. Mala Javeri, Research Analyst, (Gulf International Bank, BSC) for her assistance in the data compilation for this paper.
|Title||:||Doing Business with Bahrain|
|Author||:||Marat Terterov, Anthony Shoult|
|Publisher||:||GMB Publishing Ltd - 2005|