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Now in its second edition, Doing Business with Bahrain is the definitive guide to the economic reforms and initiatives now attracting foreign investors to the Kingdom. The guide emphasizes Bahrain's key role as a regional financial hub and provides overviews of prospective sectors for investment, including natural resources, manufacturing, telecommunications and property markets. In addition, the guide is well-grounded in its explanation of the legal and regulatory framework, as well as finance, accounting and taxation practices and procedures.
About the Author
Anthony Shoult is GMB's Middle East Series Editor. He is also Consultant Editor for the third edition of Doing Business with Saudi Arabia due to be published later in 2005. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants and Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. He has over 20 years' experience in management consulting, as well as extensive regional and sectoral experience in the Middle East. His main area of specialisation is the provision of strategic marketing advice to international organisations involved in industrial markets. Since 1991, he has worked on over 50 strategic marketing and project feasibility assignments in Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries. Anthony has also worked extensively in the Far East and South East Asia, Western and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, North and Central America and the Indian sub-continent.
Dr. Marat Terterov holds a Ph.D. from St.Antony's College, Oxford. He is author of over a dozen books addressing the business environment in the former Soviet Union and the Middle East. He recently co-authored a major USAID study evaluating privatization in Egypt and, as a consultant to the UK government, has advised British companies on Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and other countries. He speaks frequently at the Centre for International Briefing and is author of academic articles on the Middle East and the former Soviet Union. He also holds a Chevening Scholarship. He has edited over a dozen books for Global Market Briefings on foreign investment in countries of the former Soviet Union, the Balkans and the Middle East, including Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, Croatia, Bahrain, Egypt and Libya.