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Saudi Arabia’s economy is already feeling the effects of VAT

SAUDI: A measure of business activity in Saudi Arabia’s non-oil economy dropped sharply to a record low in January, as the implementation of a...

2,000 year old sculpture found in Saudi desert

An ancient sculpted bedrock, depicting camelids (even-toed ungulate mammals) and equids (a mammal of the horse family), has been found in the northern Saudi...

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...

‘Dead’ sponsor sends end-of-service benefits to domestic aide who left KSA...

RIYADH: In a rare humanitarian gesture, a “deceased” Saudi sponsor sent end-of-service benefits to his domestic aide who left the Kingdom 22 years ago. The...

Saudi: Cancel expat levy, JCCI tells ministry as 15.6% of companies...

The Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) has asked the Ministry of Labor and Social Development (MLSD) to cancel expat levy for firms...

Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman won’t introduce VAT for at least another...

Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain need more time to introduce VAT because technically and politically they are not ready for the 5 per cent...

Arab woman divorces husband because he wouldn’t buy her a shawarma

An Arab woman is divorcing her husband in a spat over a shawarma wrap.According to Masrawy, an Egyptian woman is in the process of divorcing...

This Is the Amount of Money You Need to Be Happy,...

A large analysis published in the journal Nature Human Behavior used data from the Gallup World Poll, a survey of more than 1.7 million people from 164...

Business Saturday: Why Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Put Their Education First

There is a growing misconception that higher education is not needed for — and may even inhibit — entrepreneurial success. Beyond networking with other passionate...

Bahrain’s economy now fastest growing in the Gulf

The rate of growth of Bahrain’s non-oil economy reached 4.8 percent in the first nine months of 2017, outperforming previous expectations, according to the...
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