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Women from Riyadh to Jeddah and Saudi Arabia's more conservative corners slid into driver's seats to celebrate the end to the kingdom's policy that prohibited... [Read More]
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Russia threw its support behind Saudi Arabia's plan to ramp up global oil production in the face of higher prices, after more than a year... [Read More]
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OPEC ministers kicked off a meeting to determine by how much the oil cartel might be willing to boost output, after Saudi Arabia and Iran... [Read More]
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Iran remained opposed to a deal to increase oil output, fraying a sense of consensus among OPEC members and putting it at loggerheads with Saudi... [Read More]
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When Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving ends Sunday, many women in the kingdom say they still face a major obstacle to getting behind the... [Read More]
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Local companies that used to rely on expats are struggling to fill the government's new quotas with qualified employees, given the large number of jobs... [Read More]
Tags: Saudi - Saudis - Jobs
Local companies that used to rely on expats are struggling to fill the government's new quotas with qualified employees, given the large number of jobs... [Read More]
Tags: Saudi - Saudis - Jobs
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