Bahrain BCI Up
Bahrain BCI Up

Bahrain BCI Up

Bahrain BCI Up

The business confidence index in Bahrain has risen to more than 19.91 positive points in the second quarter of 2017, according to a survey conducted by the Information & eGovernment Authority, TradeArabia reported. The survey measures indexes of investors’ confidence, evaluates the current situations as well as expectations of their future performance and activities in Bahrain. About 41.8% of institutions expressed their optimism in the continued improvements of the business commercial environment performance as well as its activity during the upcoming period. On the other hand, 49% of respondents expected business conditions to remain at the same pace, while 9.2% of institutions expressed dissatisfaction towards their future situation and trade.


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