No industry exempt from Nitaqat, says Saudi labour ministry
2012-03-07 - | Saudi Arabia | Latest News - Saudi Arabia: The Saudi labour ministry has said the industrial sector is not exempt from the Nitaqat Programme, unless there is convincing reasons to do so, Saudi Gazette has reported. "Exemptions are possible but will only be granted on the basis of careful study of any such proposals," said Adil Fakieh, minister of labour. "These are only proposals from committees which have to be discussed. It should be understood that these proposals will never be implemented unless they are thoroughly reviewed and proved to be worthy of being excluded."  

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