Sponsor Headline NewsAmerican Business Group of Jeddah (ABJ) Roundtable with U.S. Consulate General staff on April 27th
American Business Group of Jeddah (ABJ) for breaking bread with U.S. Consulate General staff on April 27th. Consul General Mitman hosted leadership from the ABJ at his residence to discuss trending economic and political topics of the day, including Vision 2030 and budget reforms. We look forward to our continued partnership!
SALT OF THE EARTH
The Business Year talks to Nizar Kammourie, General Manager of SAWACO, on government reforms, renewable energy, and a new mode of doing business in the KSA.
Nesma Trading Awarded Petro Rabigh Project
Nesma Trading’s Technical System Division was awarded a project worth SAR 134 million; Saudi Aramco and Sumitomo Chemical started the Petro Rabigh project with the aim of building integrated oil refining and petrochemical operations by way of upgrading Saudi Aramco’s oil refinery and constructing a new petrochemical complex.
Saudi Industry NewsA First Visit: President Trump to Saudi Arabia
By selecting Saudi Arabia as the first stop on his historic visit, the first official one to any foreign country, President Trump has been prudent to seize an opportunity to turn a new and more positive page towards Arabs and Muslims in the region and beyond.
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IYADH: The Saudi finance ministry said on Sunday there would be no fees applied on remittance out of the country, days after the kingdom’s advisory Shoura Council said it was looking at a proposal to impose a 6 percent levy on expatriate remittances.
Repeal JASTA, New York Times urges US Congress
JEDDAH: The New York Times has urged the US Congress to repeal the so-called 9/11 Bill or the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) before it could do more damage.
KSA switches to Gregorian calendar
RIYADH: Salaries, allowances and other payments to public servants will now be paid according to the Gregorian calendar in order to be aligned with the country’s fiscal year, according to a recent decision by the Council of Ministers. On Wednesday the Cabinet agreed to switch from the Hijri calendar for payment of salaries, wages, bonuses and allowances to all civil sector employees.