Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Saudi Arabia

Saudization: Inspection On Electrical Shops Intensified

The decades-long domination of shops selling electrical and electronic devices by expatriates is coming to an end amid intensified inspections across the Kingdom to...

Saudi: IMF Predicts Continued Economic Growth In 2019

Saudi Arabia’s reform process is heading in the right direction, but the Kingdom needs to “scale up” in certain areas of the economy, according...

Saudi: ‘Smart Mosques’ Introduced To Monitor All Mosques

“Smart Mosques” is a new electronic initiative that was introduced by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance to monitor the houses of...

Saudi: Around 130 Historical Mosques To Be Reconstructed

Directives to renovate 130 historical mosques in various regions of the Kingdom has been issued by Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister...

Saudi: More Stormy Weather Predicted In Several Regions

Residents across Saudi Arabia will have to brace for yet another week of rough weather as authorities predict stormy conditions in a number of...

Saudi Announces 30-Day Visit Visa To Attend Formula E-Prix

E-Prix enthusiasts will be the first to take advantage of the Kingdom’s new Sharek electronic visa system.All fans will be able to get 30-day...

Saudi: Around 3,780 Pirated Devices Confiscated From Markets

More than 3,780 pirated devices, that were sold in local markets, were confiscated during a campaign led by the Ministry of Commerce and Investment on Piracy.The...

Saudi: Oil Exports To Slash By 500,000 bpd In December

Saudi Arabia said it will trim oil exports by 500,000 barrels per day in December, as major producers met Sunday to consider cuts to...

Saudi Man Gets 40 Lashes For Abusive WhatsApp Messages

A Saudi man was sentenced to 40 whiplashes for abusing his ex-wife through WhatsApp messages.The court convicted the man, who was not identified by...

Saudi: Increasing Women Employees In Private Sector

According to the General Authority for Statistics (GaStat), there are 593,400 Saudi women now working in the private sector in various parts of the...
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