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Saudi economy positioned for a cyclical rebound

Saudi Arabia’s economy will start gathering pace from the second half of the year, as the non-oil economy adjusts to the labour market initiatives and base effects turn favourable in 2015, a report said. The Saudi economy ap

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Saudi eyes $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Saudi eyes $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Saudi planning $4bn annual spend on labour reform

Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report. The

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Qatar to implement new expat worker reforms

Qatar's government has approved some measures to improve the treatment of foreign workers following international criticism over the past year, as the country gears up to host the 2022 World Cup soccer tournament. The steps we

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Saudi Q1 economic growth slows to 4.7pc

Saudi Arabia's economic growth eased to an annual rate of 4.7 percent in the first quarter of 2014 as labour market measures curbed activity in some sectors, but the expansion was still stronger and more widespread than growth a year ago.

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Qatar unveils labour reforms; Kafala to go

Qatar has unveiled plans for labour reforms after persistent criticism from rights groups over its treatment of workers, but it set no timetable and the changes would still leave employees without a minimum wage or trade unions. Q

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