Bahrain Industry 2013
Projects aimed at expanding the metals and petrochemicals segments are underway, with the current aluminium production of 2m tonnes set to increase to 10m tonnes by 2020 and plans from the Gulf Petrochemicals Industries Company to triple output of ammonia related products. There has also been a drive to create favourable conditions for foreign investment, including numerous business parks and revamped regulation. Considerable efforts are also being made to aid small and medium-sized enterprises, with greater integration of regional supply chains and further expansion of downstream industries seen as offering them a potential boost. This chapter contains interviews with Chris Potter, CEO, Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard; and Tim Murray, CEO, Alba.
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