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  • Only 6% KSA engineers are Saudi - Zawya (registration)
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:46:34 GMT

    Only 6% KSA engineers are Saudi
    Zawya (registration)
    The annual report of the Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE) has revealed that Saudis only make up 6 percent of the total number of engineers registered in the country. The SCE has 9,122 Saudis registered with it, while there are 135,035 expatriates on its books, the report showed. ... The opening of Saudi Arabia's stock market to direct foreign investment early next year is set to coincide with a pick-up in... Saudi insurance price war is (almost) over. David Anthony of Standard & Poors explains what the gradual end of ...

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    Diversity sporting power on show at Asiad opening - MENAFN.COM
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:23:22 GMT

    Diversity sporting power on show at Asiad opening
    MENAFN.COM
    An array of Olympians and regional sports stars including 202 from Saudi Arabia will compete over 15 days of competition in Incheon where South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Olympic chief Thomas Bach were among the powerful figures watching a ...

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    Analysis Why Cheaper Oil Is Not A Big Threat For Gulf Economies - Gulf Business News
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:17:18 GMT

    Analysis Why Cheaper Oil Is Not A Big Threat For Gulf Economies
    Gulf Business News
    But for the big Gulf economies, those break-even points are still far from current oil prices; Saudi Arabia will have a break-even price of $90.70 a barrel in 2015, up from $73.60 in 2009, the International Monetary Fund estimates. The United Arab Emirates will ...

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    PIA flies 28700 pilgrims to S Arabia - Pakistan Observer
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:11:02 GMT

    PIA flies 28700 pilgrims to S Arabia
    Pakistan Observer
    Saturday, September 20, 2014 - Islamabad—Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has so far airlifted 28,700 intending pilgrims for Hajj 2014 to Saudi Arabia through 80 special flights with overall flight punctuality of over 90 percent since start of pre-Hajj ...

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    IOC chief wants more female athletes - The Malay Mail Online
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:02:20 GMT

    The Malay Mail Online

    IOC chief wants more female athletes
    The Malay Mail Online
    Saudi Arabia put forward a men-only squad for the 17th Asian Games. — Reuters picINCHEON, Sept 20 — Olympic chief Thomas Bach said today he wants to see an even split of female to male athletes at international sporting events after Saudi Arabia ...

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    Features Saudi Bourse Opening To Attract More Investments To The GCC - Gulf Business News
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 05:00:25 GMT

    Features Saudi Bourse Opening To Attract More Investments To The GCC
    Gulf Business News
    Foreign investors are salivating at the prospect of investing in Saudi Arabia's well developed but frontier market with a string of world-class companies that have remained largely out of the portfolio of global fund managers. While foreign investors had their foot ...

    Olympic chief wants more female athletes - Prothom Alo (English)
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 04:40:29 GMT

    Olympic chief wants more female athletes
    Prothom Alo (English)
    Olympic chief Thomas Bach said Saturday he wants to see an even split of female to male athletes at international sporting events after Saudi Arabia brought no women to the Asian Games. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) president told reporters ...

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    Heading Toward Failure: A Coalition of the 'Reluctantly Willing' - Antiwar.com
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 04:11:46 GMT

    Heading Toward Failure: A Coalition of the 'Reluctantly Willing'
    Antiwar.com
    While the Sunni Arab states of the Persian/Arabian Gulf reluctantly agreed to participate in this budding coalition, disagreements between Saudi Arabia and Qatar over support of the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt and their respective involvement in the Syrian ...

    Crime and punishment in Saudi Arabia - The Economist
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 04:05:32 GMT

    Crime and punishment in Saudi Arabia
    The Economist
    Otherwise there is not much difference between a death sentence in the jihadists' “Islamic State” and in Saudi Arabia, a country seen as a crucial Western ally in the fight against IS. Nor, indeed, is there much difference between the two entities in other ...

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    On effort to defeat Islamic State, Harkin asks: 'Where are the Saudis?' - Radio Iowa
    Sat, 20 Sep 2014 03:49:12 GMT

    On effort to defeat Islamic State, Harkin asks: 'Where are the Saudis?'
    Radio Iowa
    Harkin says Saudi Arabia should do more to help defeat the terrorists who've formed what they call an Islamic State in portions of Syria and Iraq. “Saudi Arabia has, well I'm close, 225 F15s. They've got a whole bunch of Tornadoes — those are French jets.

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