Fewer than one in 20 fisherman operating from Bahrain are actually Bahraini, a top official said.
According to Agriculture and Marine Resources Directorate marine licences acting head Abdulla Isa, 'expatriates are the real fis
Dubai developer Damac Properties posted strong property sales in the first quarter thanks to robust demand from foreign buyers, its managing director told Reuters on Monday.
Sales hit Dh2.8 billion ($762 million) in the first thre
The expatriate community costs Bahrain a total of BD344.292 million ($907 million) every year – a monthly average of BD28.910 million ($76.2 million), said a report.
Citing results of a study conducted nine years ago, Labour
The Expat Network, a specialist information resource for those going to work and live abroad, has published the ‘Financial Action Checklist for British Expatriates,’ a fully updated guide.
The guide provides informatio
The economic committee of Oman's State Council has rejected a proposal to impose tax on remittances by expatriates, a report said quoting a senior official.
The proposal had been made by the Majlis Al Shura.
An economic rebound has catapulted house prices and rents in Dubai to Manhattan-like peaks, forcing increasing numbers of residents to move to its cheaper outskirts or even to consider returning home abroad, said the city's top property webs
India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Saturday called upon the Indian expats in Bahrain to join the country's development agenda and strengthen their engagement with 'a vibrant and strong India.'
Saudi Arabia is changing tack in its labour reforms, softening the blow to companies with money for subsidies and training while trying to lure its nationals to the private sector with more attractive working conditions.
A draft l
Labour ministers from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are likley to finalise proposals on easing work and travel of both citizens and residents across member states by November aimed, a report said.
The ministers are cur
Expatriate community leaders in Bahrain are outraged over a new traffic law that will ban some foreigners from driving unless their job requires it, said a report.
They described the controversial legislation as "unwarranted&