Monday, November 19, 2018

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Oman: Head for the mountains to escape the heat

Photo - Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort - Cliff Pool Villa PoolOman is getting ready to welcome GCC visitors this summer season. With...

670,000 expats to leave Saudi Arabia in 3 years

About 670,000 foreign workers are expected to leave Saudi Arabia by 2020, a report prepared by Banque Saudi Fransi revealed. According to the report, 165,000...

British expat who told police his wife was murdered by burglers’...

A British newspaper executive has confessed to killing his wife by throwing a hammer at her during a row, authorities in Dubai said yesterday.Francis...

Saudi Arabia needs its expat workforce

Let us take a look at some of the activities these workers are engaged in. To begin with, Saudi municipal workers comprise large numbers...

Bahrain: LMRA launches flexible work permit

The Labor Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA) launched the flexible work permit allowing illegal workers - who meet conditions - to work and reside in...

Respected British expat journalist held in Dubai on suspicion of killing...

A British newspaper executive is being quizzed by police in Dubai on suspicion of killing his wife. Expat Francis Matthew, 60, editor-at-large of the Gulf...

Saudi: expat fees and tough personal decision

Expatriates now have to pay SR100 from this July per dependent per month. In addition, there is another fee to be instituted in January...

Saudi: India’s government studying new ‘expat levy’

The government of India on Thursday said it was studying Saudi Arabia's new 'expat levy' from 1st July which may impact Indians going to...

What’s a Qatari Riyal worth in this current political crisis?

As Qatar’s showdown with the Saudi-led alliance enters a second month, its currency peg is still intact — though not everyone can use it.Qatari...

How Qatar is finding ways around the blockade

When its neighbors severed diplomatic ties and cut land, sea and air links, panic rippled through the tiny Gulf state. There was a rush to...
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