Saudi Minister of Labor Adel Fakieh said that 40-hour work and a two-day off in a week for private sector employees will come into force within three months.
Dabdoub’s career at NBK extends for over 53 years during which he has successfully led the bank to become one of the leading financial institutions in the Middle East with operations in 16 countries
Jadwa said: “In all thus, we doubt that tight oil production will significantly impact the world’s oil industry over the long term. In particular, we do not see it affecting Saudi Arabia’s situation.”
December 18, 2013
An EU official said the suspension would take place "as soon as possible" .
Infrastructure, electricity cables and sewage networks were damaged during the blizzard, as well as ancient trees in the university forest, according to Tarawneh.
Pakistan’s foreign Affairs Ministry has slammed a recent editorial by Dubai newspaperGulf News, which accused the country of “betraying” the UAE by not supporting Dubai during the Expo 2020 vote on November 27.
Luxury car bran Infiniti has launched two new models into the Lebanese market: the QX60 and the QX70.
The increment will be paid retroactively as of June 2013 and will be adjusted in the December 2013 salary, the statement added.
Sanad Aero Solutions, Mubadala’s spare engine and component financing and leasing solutions companies, which has engine leasing relationships with airberlin is now worth more than $130 million under a new sale and lease back agreement
Despite a recent stagnation, Saudi's iron market is back and thriving.
Dubai-based shopping mall, retail and leisure group Majid Al Futtaim has heralded a new era in the family-owned company by announcing Tuesday a $5 billion investment plan as part of its new unified branding push.
December 17, 2013
The UAE announced this week that it has launched a campaign to reward employees for bringing innovation and "virtues of transparency" into their workplaces.
Oman-based telecom operator Nawras has recently launched a new business package deal for mobile users in the Sultanate.
Earlier this month, Qantas forecast a half-year loss of up to $269 million and said it would axe 1,000 jobs, leading to a credit downgrade from Standard & Poor’s, which cut its rating to “junk” status.
The charges, mostly involving infrastructure projects, were outlined in six trials that opened on Sunday.