Tag Archives: Kuwait

Yellow Cab Pizza Coming to Middle East Locations

Beginning in January, 2017, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman will be seeing a new restaurant chain within their borders. Over the next five years approximately 22 Yellow Cab Pizza restaurants will be established after a deal was forged between casual dining chain and owner of the Yellow Cab Pizza brand, Max’s Group Inc., and Silver Group.… Continue Reading

Kuwait Relaxes Work Visa Transfer Requirements

In order to make the process of transferring a commercial visit visa to a work visa easier in Kuwait, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor has decided to no longer require applicants from having a university degree in order to do so, in a limited number of technical professions. Mohammad Al-Kandaria, the undersecretary for… Continue Reading

Gulf States Show Interest in Afghan Oil and Mining Sector

Afghan Minister of Mining Wahidullah Shahrani said last Tuesday that his country is preparing to accommodate foreign investments in mining, oil and gas, including counterpart companies from the Gulf Cooperation states. “We have been communicating with Kuwait Energy and calls are being made with Emaar Mining (United Arab Emirates) and Maaden (Saudi Arabia). Both the… Continue Reading

Kuwait And Germany To Increase Investments

There have been strong commercial relationships between Germany and Kuwait for many years. Recently, the second session of the Kuwait-German Joint Committee on Economic, Industrial and Technical Cooperation in Kuwait took place. A German official and several economic delegates visited Kuwait. The German delegation met with Kuwaiti businessmen, companies and officials in the Kuwait Chamber… Continue Reading

Meeting To Spur Inter-GCC Investment

In order to spur investment and trade among the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries, the heads of state of Gulf oil producers have decided to end restrictions on local company operations. This is part of the development of a common market. The leaders of the six-nation GCC countries agreed upon plans to allow national companies… Continue Reading