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Latest updates on expats news in the GCC Countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman.

Revealed: The two Dubai hotels rated as ‘the worst luxury openings...

Two hotels in Dubai have been rated as the worst luxury openings of 2017 by experts at a prestigious travel website.  Luxury Travel Intelligence (LTI),...

UAE: New Year’s Eve food and party guide 2017

Ring in 2018 in some spectacular spots around the UAE. Whether you want a themed-party, a simple dinner or a place to take the...

Population shift from India to UAE second-largest in the world, says...

The large scale of the movement of foreign citizens to the UAE has been revealed in a United Nations report, which shows the population...

Saudi Arabia: Dependent’s fee impact: 62,000 expats leave

RIYADH — The number of expatriate workers has gone down by about 62,000 by the end of the second quarter of this year since the...

Saudi Arabia: Green Card under study

RIYADH — A “Green Card” for foreign investors is under study. If approved, it will be announced soon, Head of the Local Content and Private...

Dubai’s Emaar promises record-breaking Burj Khalifa light show for New Year

Dubai developer Emaar is promising an attempt to break an official Guinness World Record on New Year’s Eve at its iconic Burj Khalifa amid...

UAE residents to pay VAT on electricity, water bills

Residents in the UAE will soon have to watch how much energy they consume as their electricity and water bills will be subject to...

No VAT on expat remittances in Saudi Arabia, say bankers

RIYADH: Senior bankers clarified on Sunday that money sent home by expatriate workers will not be taxed under the value-added tax (VAT) reform initiative...

Date with history: Life and death share a valley in Madain...

JEDDAH: Madain Saleh or Al-Hijr City, located in Al-Ula governorate, is an important Saudi tourist landmark.The city of Al-Hijr was the capital of the...

Saudi Arabia offers scholarships for Pakistani students

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has reserved a quota for scholarships for Pakistanis in undergraduate programs in various universities, Education Minister Ahmed Al-Eissa told Pakistani Ambassador...
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