Bahrain tech ecosystem starts showing results

Pedro Gonçalves
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Bahrain plans to build a national technology ecosystem that will help the country reduce its reliance on oil and gas is starting to show results with young people looking to get IT jobs.  Khalid Al Rumaihi, chief executive of the Economic Development Board, said in Davos that people "are beginning to see coding, programming, let alone starting up a business, as a real career path". The World Economic Forum  has gathered 3,000 government officials, chief executives and entrepreneurs  to discuss how best to shape economies being rapidly transformed by technologies such as automation, th...

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