Saturday, January 19, 2019

Kuwait

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...

People Expected To Live For Longer In Kuwait

Lifespan 2040 researchers said that people in Kuwait are expected to live to an average age of 81.4 years in 2040, the highest in...

Kuwait: Returning Maids Must Undergo Fresh Medical Tests

Asian and African domestic workers from more than 30 countries will have to undergo medical tests whenever they go back to Kuwait after visiting...

GCC Countries To Require $300 Billion In Financing By 2021

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) sovereigns are expected to require around $300bn in financing between 2018 and 2021 despite rising oil prices, according to ratings...

Philippines and Kuwait sign deal on domestic workers

Kuwait and the Philippines agreed on Friday to regulate the employment of domestic workers from the Southeast Asian country, following a diplomatic row amid reports...

Kuwait: World’s Longest Bridge Set To Be Completed Soon

The world's longest bridge linking Kuwait City to Subiyah New Town across Kuwait Bay is set to be completed this year. Media in South...

MPs demand panel to study population

Eleven lawmakers called to form a temporary parliamentary panel to study the issue of population imbalance and rampant visa trading. The lawmakers claim that...

Relief for expatriates as Kuwait declares residence amnesty from Jan 29-Feb...

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 23: The Ministry of Interior on Tuesday issued ministerial Decision No. 64/2018 stipulating regulations for expatriates, whose residency applications were rejected...

Kuwait’s information ministry cuts foreign advisors

Kuwait’s information minister has reportedly terminated the contracts of all foreign advisors working with the Information Ministry.Kuwait Times cited sources as confirming the cuts were...

Kuwait: Flats Vacant as Expats Leave; Rent Values Fall by 13%

There are currently 49,130 empty flats in Kuwait and 26,466 others under construction; thus more than 75,000 units need to be “absorbed” by the...
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