Economic experts expect an increase in the number of expatriate remittances in banks abroad due to fears concerning their future in the Kingdom. The forecast comes in the wake of recent raids by Ministry of Labor officials against illegally residing ... Arab News, 1 month ago
When the number of expats increases, so is remittances - Oman Observer, 18 hours ago
Saudi- Economic experts expect flight of expat funds - MENAFN, 1 month ago
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Helsinki Times runs a column series called EXPAT VIEWS, with rotating expat column writers, and we are interested in your experiences. Share your funny, memorable, frustrating or great experiences of Finland with our readers. Please send a brief ...Helsinki Times, 1 week ago Expats contribute to the economy Saudi Gazette, 2 weeks ago Have your say in the 2013 Expat Explorer survey Dubib.com, 2 weeks ago Calling all expats: Have your say in the 2013 Expat Explorer survey Zawya.com, 2 weeks ago
ECONOMIC OBSERVER (China) Worldcrunch BEIJING With air pollution continuing to plague Beijing, there are increasing signs that it is pushing foreigners, often well-to-do expats, to leave the city. "It's supposed to take up to a decade to ...Worldcrunch, 4 weeks ago Expats reconsider living in Beijing over growing pollution Global Times, 1 month ago Beijing no longer expat magnet Global Times, 1 month ago
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Economics says people migrate from one place to another to seek a better-paying job. For instance, a Greek or a Turkish man may go to Germany, France or Sweden where he could earn three times of what he earns in his own country. Similarly, an ...Kuwait Times, 1 month ago
Electoral outcomes in times of economic difficulty provide no guarantee of resolution Since glass traps heat, buildings require more air conditioning. As a result, energy use goes up Financially strapped, the Centre is increasingly leaning on the ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Hajaj Bukhadoor KUWAIT: Manpower is the backbone and the most valuable asset and capital of a country's economy and it must therefore be protected and nurtured, accordingly to a Kuwait-based economist. Speaking with the Kuwait Times, Dr Hajaj ...Kuwait Times, 1 month ago
After a steady rise, the level of money earned abroad by Lebanese expatriates and sent home has been stalled over the past couple of years, despite rising domestic instability and a spillover of Syria's ongoing turmoil. Remittances to Lebanon ...Abu Dhabi National, 1 week ago
GCC economies must create a trade-off situation that would retain a portion of expat funds here It is believed that total remittances from the GCC stood at $79 billion (Dh290.5 billion) and $83 billion in 2012. This represents a marked increase ...Gulf News, 2 weeks ago
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