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Bahrain set to host major energy expo

MANAMA: High-level government officials and industry leaders have confirmed their participation in the Ninth Middle East Refining and Petrochemicals Conference and Exhibition (Middle East Petrotech 2014).

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Expo showcase for Diyar Al Muharraq

MANAMA: Urban developer Diyar Al Muharraq has announced its participation in the Riyadh Real Estate, Housing and Urban Development Exhibition (RESTATEX) being held in the Saudi capital next week.

Petrochem firm backs major business forum

MANAMA: GPIC has announced its support for the second GCC-Turkish Business Forum to be hosted by Bahrain in June.

CMA signs up for Optimum solutions

MANAMA: Optimum, a division of Bahrain-based Amthal Group, has announced Oman's Capital Market Authority (CMA) has signed up for its full suite of enterprise resource planning solutions.

Sri Lanka seeks to boost Bahrain trade

MANAMA: A Sri Lankan business delegation will be visiting Bahrain next week, Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) announced yesterday.

Regional role for BDO in Bahrain CEO

MANAMA: BDO in Bahrain chief executive Ali Jawad has been elected board member of BDO EMEA (Europe Middle East and Africa).

Daniel Kaan new GM of Mšvenpick

MANAMA: Mšvenpick Hotel has announced the appointment of Daniel Kaan as its new general manager (GM).

Unisono wins major rebranding honours

MANAMA: Bahrain-based creative agency Unisono has received its fifth REBRAND 100 Global Award for its work rebranding Arab Link, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, the UAE.

GFH board in first meeting

MANAMA: Gulf Finance House (GFH), the Bahrain-based Islamic investment bank, yesterday held the first meeting of its new board members following their election earlier this month.

Sugar firm sees room for more refining capacity

ABU DHABI: Bahrain's Arabian Sugar Company, which came on stream in February, sees room for more refining capacity in the Middle East and North Africa to fill a 7.5 million tonne supply gap.

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