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  • Saudi Arabia working on SME stock market rules for early 2017 launch - The National
    Wed, 04 May 2016 07:27:44 GMT

    Saudi Arabia working on SME stock market rules for early 2017 launch
    The National
    Saudi Arabia is working to finalise the rules for a new stock market dedicated to small and medium-sized businesses that it expects to launch early in 2017, the chief executive of Tadawul, the kingdom's bourse, said on Tuesday. Tadawul announced last ...

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    Foreigners in Saudi Arabia can now own 10 percent of shares in a firm - Al-Arabiya
    Wed, 04 May 2016 07:00:29 GMT

    Al-Arabiya

    Foreigners in Saudi Arabia can now own 10 percent of shares in a firm
    Al-Arabiya
    Foreigners in Saudi Arabia can now own 10 percent of shares in a firm. Previously, each QFI together with its affiliates could only own a maximum of 5pc of the shares of any listed company. (AFP). Saudi Gazette, Riyadh Wednesday, 4 May 2016. Text size ...

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    Saudi Arabia to reform stock market - Yahoo Finance UK
    Wed, 04 May 2016 06:15:39 GMT

    Yahoo Finance UK

    Saudi Arabia to reform stock market
    Yahoo Finance UK
    More on CNBC: 49 minutes ago, CNBC. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on Saudi Arabia's decision to reform the rules governing its stock exchange to ease rules for foreign investors. There are no comments yet. Leave a comment... Comment Guidelines.

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    67 tonnes of hashish seized in Saudi Arabia - Emirates 24|7
    Wed, 04 May 2016 05:48:58 GMT

    Emirates 24|7

    67 tonnes of hashish seized in Saudi Arabia
    Emirates 24|7
    Saudi counter-drug authorities seized nearly 67 tonnes of hashish, which dealers tried to smuggle into the world's largest oil exporter during 2014-2015. Official figures showed more than 53,000 dealers were also arrested in anti-drug operations in the ...

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    UK's claims over Saudi bombing in Yemen 'deeply disappointing', say MPs - The Guardian
    Wed, 04 May 2016 05:01:00 GMT

    The Guardian

    UK's claims over Saudi bombing in Yemen 'deeply disappointing', say MPs
    The Guardian
    The British government's claim that Saudi Arabia's bombing campaign in Yemen has not breached international humanitarian law is “deeply disappointing” and contributes to an “anything goes” attitude from the opposing sides in the conflict, the ...

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    Subsidies: The double-edged sword of Saudi Arabia - Gulf Business News
    Wed, 04 May 2016 05:00:07 GMT

    Gulf Business News

    Subsidies: The double-edged sword of Saudi Arabia
    Gulf Business News
    Water and fossil fuel subsidies have recently attracted a lot of attention in Saudi Arabia, where the economic and social problems they cause have forced the government to undertake reforms. Subsidies severely underprice scarce goods and resources like ...

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    First All-Women Silicon Valley-like Park Inaugurated in Saudi Arabia - Dubai Chronicle
    Wed, 04 May 2016 04:49:33 GMT

    First All-Women Silicon Valley-like Park Inaugurated in Saudi Arabia
    Dubai Chronicle
    First all women Business & Technology Park was inaugurated earlier this week in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The project is expected to create nearly 21,000 jobs for Saudi women over a period of ten years. process services company. The Women's ...

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    Saudi Arabia bourse to ease rules for foreign investment - Himalayan Times
    Wed, 04 May 2016 03:56:14 GMT

    Saudi Arabia bourse to ease rules for foreign investment
    Himalayan Times
    Saudi Arabia had long talked of diversifying its economy, which remained relatively closed to outsiders. But the collapse in global crude prices by more than half since mid-2014 jolted the world's biggest oil exporter into accelerating those efforts ...

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    Maid who lost arm as fled Saudi Arabia becomes face of trafficking - Thomson Reuters Foundation
    Wed, 04 May 2016 03:52:44 GMT

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Maid who lost arm as fled Saudi Arabia becomes face of trafficking
    Thomson Reuters Foundation
    Videos and photos of Munirathinam lying in a hospital bed, her arm heavily bandaged, prompted India's foreign ministry to complain to the Saudi Arabian authorities about the attack although the exact details remain unclear. Saudi police said ...

    Winds of change in Saudi Arabia - New Straits Times Online
    Wed, 04 May 2016 03:33:34 GMT

    Winds of change in Saudi Arabia
    New Straits Times Online
    It is interesting to note that, according to a Reuters news report, Saudi Arabia has decreed that its moral police will no longer have the power of arrest over personal sins and cannot take the law into their own hands. Instead, they are required to be ...

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