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Sunday, 07 April 2013
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RIYADH - Saudi Arabia, the Arab world’s biggest economy, is cracking down on illegal workers as part of a push to create more jobs for its citizens and stave off unrest. Inspectors have fanned out across the country, raiding places where they suspect illegal workers are employed, Labour Ministry spokesman Hattab al-Enazi said in an interview.


Posted originally: 2013-04-07 04:32:00

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