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Nitaqat Saudization to hit older expat doctors, academic and investors

New Saudi Arabia laws relating to older expat professionals in certain specialities are likely to affect foreign workers in critical positions. The recently approved Mawzoon (balanced) Nitaqat system is due to become law in early December, and is slated to end specialist expatriate dominance in critical jobs. Itâ??s aimed at bringing down... Expats Blog -
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