Legislators have approved amendments to China's 15-year-old air pollution law that grants the state new powers to punish offenders and create a legal framework to cap coal consumption, the Asian giant's biggest source of smog.
A Kuwaiti lawmaker has proposed a residency cap of a maximum of ten years, that can be renewed only once, for all expatriates working in the country, according to a report.
The conditions imply that no foreigner can stay in Kuwait
Traders want to impose a cap on the amount it costs to display goods in supermarkets in Bahrain.
The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) wants to lower shelf rental fees, the amount it costs to put
Bahrain's Shura Council has rejected a request from the government to modify the terms of a BD5 billion ($13.1 billion) borrowing cap approved earlier this month.
Minister of State for Parliament and Shura
Qatar's central bank has tightened its curbs on how much banks can invest in stocks and bonds, according to a circular released by the central bank and seen by Reuters.
Banks' total investment in equities and debt instrume
The Savola Group signed an agreement with the Children’s Ability Programs (CAP) in Jeddah to support the rehabilitation for 10 children with disabilities at an average of 11-12 sessions for each child.
The agreement comes as
BP said the cement seal on its crippled Gulf of Mexico oil well was holding on Friday, as the company readied a final push to permanently shut down the deepwater source of the world's worst offshore spill.
More than 100 days after the star
A Bapco emergency team and Civil Defence personnel managed to control a leak at well number 380 at Bapco's Bahrain Field.
Bapco urged the public to keep away from the well site until the leak was fully capped.
The leak occurred on
The UAE Ministry of Economy on Sunday signed a Memoprandum of Understanding with Lulu Hypermarket Group to fix price of 32 basic commodities in a move, aimed at stabilising food prices.
Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, UAE minister of
Saudi Arabia's labour minister said Riyadh supported a residency limit on the millions of expatriate workers in the Gulf to prevent them from gaining a political voice in the region.
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