Premier, Crown Prince hail development drive

ManamaHis Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa and His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Premier yesterday expressed their satisfaction at the positive mileage achieved by Bahrain as the top-ranked country in the world to work and raise a family. 

A 2017 survey by InterNations, a global network for expatriates recently found that the top three nations that the world’s millions of expatriates prefer to move to are Bahrain, Costa Rica and Mexico. 

Participants said they chose Bahrain because of the ease of settling in there and its numerous career opportunities. The ranking was based on more than 40 factors, including family life and finances. 

“This reflects the success of the Kingdom’s comprehensive modernization and development efforts, as well as the ability of its investment atmosphere to attract more investments,” the two leaders affirmed during a meeting at the Gudaibiya Palace. 

Their Royal Highnesses said that the economic and social progress achieved by Bahrain will create a better life and renew hope for a better future, stressing that taking care of Bahrain’s future through work and determination will ensure continuous success.

While reviewing the latest international developments, HRH Premier and HRH Crown Prince called for the need to double efforts aimed at highlighting the Kingdom’s national achievements, as well as its business-friendly environment and promising investment opportunities.

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