Week 17 – News Update from the Kingdom

The Saudi Ministry of Interior on Tuesday announced changes to curfew times during the holy month of Ramadan. For areas not under special measures, curfew hours will change and will not apply from 0900 to 1700 each day. Residents of neighborhoods that are subject to complete health isolation would still be prevented from leaving their…
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Ramadan Kareem!

On the occasion of the Holy Month of Ramadan, we would like to extend our very best and warmest wishes to all our clients, partners and staff at this special time of year. Wishing you all the blessings of the holy month!

Curfew Update for Ramadan

The Ministry of Interior has announced some changes to the current curfew restrictions that have been put in place as part of the Kingdom’s response to the Covid-19 virus. The main point is that the curfew hours will change and not apply from 0900 to 1700 each day during the month of Ramadan. However the…
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Week 16 – News Update from the Kingdom

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has approved an additional package of measures to help the private sector deal with the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, its finance minister said. The package includes 50 billion riyals ($266 million) to accelerate payment of private sector dues, provide liquidity to several sectors and cover wages of those working…
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Week 15 – News Update from the Kingdom

The Saudi energy minister said on Sunday that effective oil supply cuts by OPEC and its allies, a group known as OPEC+, will amount to 12.5 million barrels per day, because of higher output in April from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait. In other news, Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund, the Public…
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Week 14 – News Update from the Kingdom

Saudi Arabia is taking unprecedented action in delaying the release of its international crude selling prices by five days as the kingdom and other major producers seek to halt the free-fall in worldwide crude prices. In other news, The Saudi government will cover 60 per cent of the salaries of private-sector workers in industries hit…
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