December 2003
Middle East;Dec2003, Issue 340, p34
Work is currently underway on Bahrain Financial Harbor, the $1.3bn development on a prime waterfront site in the heart of Manama set to consolidate Bahrain's status as the leading financial center of the Middle East. The two magnificent towers comprising the first phase are among Bahrain's tallest buildings. They will accommodate leading regional financial institutions alongside other prestigious international companies and a Financial Mall — site of a number of financial markets including the Bahrain Stock Exchange. This single, strategic location will offer access to a $2,000bn regional investment pool.


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