Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Kuwait

Kuwait: Million expats categorized as “unidentified laborers”

Government sources closely related to solving the demographical imbalance problem seemed so optimistic that the solution was doable but needs more planning and patience....

Departure of expatriates seriously affects real estate market

KUWAIT CITY: Secretary of Kuwait Real Estate Association Qais Al-Ghanem affirmed that the real estate market in the country has been seriously affected by...

Increasing emergency ambulances

Kuwait’s Minister of Health, Dr. Jamal Al Harbi said that the Ministry is keen on increasing the number of ambulances in the coming months....

Latest on FIFA banning Kuwait from international competitions

Kuwait was banned from international competition and barred from receiving development assistance from FIFA due to government interference. “I would hope the suspension would...

Kuwait: 70,000 Road Accidents & 5 Million Traffic violations in 2017

Kuwait’s Interior Ministry said that 70,687 road accidents were recorded and nearly five million traffic violations were issued in Kuwait in 2017 leading to...

Is Kuwait affordable for expats? – An interesting conundrum

Kuwait is considered the best place for expats to live in terms of expenses, reports Al-Seyassah daily, according to a recent survey by Mercer.Kuwait...

Kuwait just dissolved its cabinet. Here’s why.

Kuwait’s entire cabinet resigned Monday, less than a week after the opening of its parliament — and following the interrogation of one of its members during a...

Kuwait introduces new $830 fee for companies employing ‘excess’ foreigners

Kuwait has been increasing charges and fees for foreigners in recent months to boost government revenues. Kuwait’s Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour has reportedly...

Kuwait: Student caught with gun in her backpack at school

An 11-year-old student was recently apprehended with a gun in her school bag in Kuwait, reported Al Anba. The incident is currently under investigation by...

Are Kuwaiti Employers Really Following Domestic Labour Law?

Kuwait Times conducted an informal survey and found that 78 percent of Filipino domestic workers do not get a day off each week, the newspaper...
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