Prospects of a Business University in Bahrain

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Prospects of a Business University in Bahrain
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June 23, 2010
Introduction
The prospects for forming a business school in Bahrain are excellent due to a number of compelling factors. Right at the top of the list is the fact that the meteoric global rise in fuel prices and dwindling supplies of global oil reserves has ensured that the economy has a strong foundation based upon the national oil reserves. In the midst of the current global economic crisis which is continuing, Bahrain remains an exception with its economy buoyed by its petroleum foci.
Another reason that a business university can do well in Bahrain and will have longevity is the fact that the population is relatively young. Shaker...
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