Ministry of Industry, Commerce & Tourism

Also known as: MOICT Last updated on: 19 October 2016

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Business SummaryGoverns industrial, commercial and tourism activities, foreign trade, administration, development and promotion of tourism and registration of all forms of commercial businesses, agencies and industrial areas in Bahrain.Country of IncorporationBahrainOwnership TypeGovernmentEstablished In1971Primary SectorGovernmental InstitutionsNumber of Employees400

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Harbour Gate Building
Floor: 2nd, 3rd and 5th Floor
Area: Bahrain Financial Harbour
P.O. Box: 5479
Country: Bahrain
City: Manama
Region
Capital

Officers

  • Name availableMinister
  • Name availableUndersecretary, Industrial Affairs
  • Name availableAssistant Undersecretary, Industrial Management
  • Name availableAssistant Undersecretary, Industrial Development
  • Name availableHead of Corporate Governance
  • Name availableFinance and Administration Manager
  • Name availableOffice Manager

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