BCCI holds B2B meetings with Russian delegation

 Manama  Russian business delegation is visiting Bahrain next week to hold B2B meeting with their counterparts, announced Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI). The meeting will be held at Al Majlis Hall of Bait Al Tijjar on Monday from 11:00 am to 12:30pm. 

The move, according to BCCI, is aimed at exploring partnership and investment opportunities. In this regard, the chamber has also requested all the members of the business community to attend the meeting.

The delegation comprises of a number of leading Russian companies from:  Film Developing; Global Energy; Medical Technics and Equipment; Nuclear Industry; Subsoil and Mineral Resources; Nano Industry; Real-Estate and Construction; Oil and Gas; and High Performance Computing and IT Equipment.

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Bahraini-British cooperation discussed

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Manama Central Market gets air conditioned

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Manama Central Market gets air conditioned

Air conditioners installed inside the Central Market in Manama offer special blessings to vendors as well as consumers alike. Air conditioners have been a long time demand from the part of vendors here. And now the cooling system will boost the massive fruit and veggie shopping extravaganza durin

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A single pair of Japanese melons can cost you a fortune

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