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South Asian expats make up 85% of Oman's foreign workforce
Arabian Business

Oman Abandons Expat Tax Plan »

The Economic Committee of Oman's State Council has rejected a plan to levy a tax on the remittances sent by foreign workers to their home countries, local media reported recently. In November 2014 the Middle Eastern country's Shura Council ... Tax-News.com, 2 weeks ago
Oman panel rejects tax move on expats Trade Arabia, 3 weeks ago
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Imposing health insurance on visitors not good for economy

expats queue at a government office Several citizens, expats slam proposal KUWAIT CITY, Dec 14: Several citizens and expatriates have expressed their views on the proposed health insurance for foreigners on visit visa, indicating this move will ...
 Arab Times1 month ago Kuwait- Several Citizens, Expats Slam Proposal  MENAFN1 month ago Duel citizenship reintroduced for Lankan expats  Sri Lanka Daily News3 weeks ago
CNN Money

Western brands with the most to lose in Russia

Russian expats hurt by sanctions LONDON (CNNMoney) Russia's economic turmoil is already spreading to companies in the West and many are bracing for an even bigger blow to earnings. A currency crisis and plunging oil prices have slammed the economy ...
 CNN Money1 month ago Service during sanctions  Offshore Engineer1 month ago
Times of Oman

Sunday Beat: Bridging the gap between the Omani and expat work-forces

Muscat: Omanis and expatriates must work together to overcome the economical challenges the Sultanate is currently going through instead of widening the gap between them. With oil prices trading between $60 and $70 per barrel, it is imperative that ...
 Times of Oman1 month ago

Nose Dive in Oil Prices Could Affect Expats in Middle East

19/01/15 09:26 The Gulf States have long enjoyed a buoyant economy thanks to their rich oil fields. The petrochemical industries in Dubai , Oman, Kuwait and their neighbours have driven massive prosperity for the region, allowing the ruling ...
 Expatriate Healthcare1 week ago British Expat Exodus Feared to Hit Dubai amid Oil Price Rout  Sudan Vision Daily4 weeks ago

Saudi kingdom needs only 4.5m expat workers

RIYADH — The Kingdom needs only 4.5 million well-trained expatriate workers in all fields, an economic expert was quoted as saying by Al-Riyadh Arabic daily on Saturday. There are nine million expatriate workers in the country and they cost the ...
 ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago 'Saudi kingdom needs only 4.5m expat workers'  Zawya.com3 weeks ago
CHINAdaily Europe

A welcoming haven for expats

With tree-clad coast, an amenable city government and clean air, Dalian stands out from most cities in China On a factory floor in Dalian, Liaoning province, amid the cacophony of industry and the shouting of employees, Ladon Ghalili shows off the ...
 CHINAdaily.com.cn1 day ago A burgeoning haven for expats  CHINAdaily Europe2 weeks ago

Finding a way back to Western New York [The Buffalo News, N.Y.]

Jan. 25--Local expats long for home. Friends, family, houses for a quarter of the price of other big cities, a 20-minute drive to just about anywhere, festivals every summer weekend, Sabres hockey and chicken wings, sponge candy and pierogi done ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago
Zawya.com

2.5m expats illiterate

About 2.5 million foreign workers in Saudi Arabia only hold primary school education certificates, or are totally illiterate. This has been revealed by new data from the Information and Statistics General Department for the Hijri year 1434. ...
 Arab News4 days ago 25% of expats in Saudi Arabia with little or no education- statistics  Zawya.com4 days ago 2.5m expats in Saudi Arabia are 'illiterate'  Zawya.com4 days ago Expats spend SAR100 million on dependents' medical insurance  Zawya.com4 weeks ago

Back to the future? Britain's 1975 referendum on Europe

Prime Minister Harold Wilson announced that a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Economic Community would be held within six months. Forty years on, the pressure for a similar in-out referendum on EU membership is mounting. David ...
 New Statesman3 days ago
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