Bahrain’s Crown Prince has given instructions to prepare draft legislation which will allow the foreign investors to have a self-sponsored residency permit for 10 years. It is vital for the country to advance in the tourism, ICT, manufacturing, and financial services, oil & gas sectors. With the advancement in these sectors, the foreign investors will be more attracted, and it will also increase employment opportunities in Bahrain.
Saudi Arabia’s plan to start the world’s largest solar power project also brings many other large-scale items. It is a 100 times larger than any other solar project proposed in the world. largest utility-scale #battery What the experts say about storage batteries in solar panel projects The solar panels can produce a lot [...]
Saudi Arabia has been in the lime light ever since the Vision 2030 initiative. Saudi Arabia starts yet another plan towards building a new tech-savvy country. Saudi Arabia has planned to build the world’s largest solar power project. This project was announced recently after signing a partnership with Japanese tech Giant SoftBank. A $200 Billion [...]
Saudi Arabia is always trying to go ahead with the technology. There have been recent improvements in every sector in Saudi Arabia, thanks to the Saudi Vision 2030. Saudi Arabia is giving the IT and the tourism sector a lot of importance. Just recently Saudi Arabia announced a Smartphone App for the mosques around the [...]
Ever since the launch of Vision 2030, Saudi Arabia has tried hard to get ahead and progress alongside the progressive nations of the world. One of the major technologies in which advancement is must is the internet and the IT sector. Keeping in view the pace of the IT, Saudi Arabia also opens the first [...]
Saudi Arabia is set to spend more next year. The new of the largest budget ever came out when King Salman announced the Budget 2018 on Tuesday. The Kingdom is all set to increase its expenditure to ensure Vision 2030. The increased government expenditure will help lift the economy as it faces low oil prices. [...]