Over 50 Indian companies in talks to invest in Bahrain

Pedro Gonçalves
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More than fifty Indian companies are in talks with Bahraini authorities to explore prospects of their foray into the kingdom, according to local media. Gulf Daily News (GDN) reported bilateral economic relations and co-investment across financial services, ICT and startups sectors were expected to get a boost as a result of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's debut visit to Bahrain this weekend. GDN cited David Parker, a co-chief investment officer at Bahrain's Economic Development Board (EDB), as saying that India is viewed as a priority market in the kingdom's drive to develop an ...

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