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...Saudi Arabia is a kingdom in the Arabian Peninsula, which is ruled by a king who combines legislative, judicial, and executive functions when administering the country. Either the law of the country is generally made by a royal decree from the king or the constitution of this state is the Quran. Although this country is often perceived to be a totalitarian state by many people in America, its political system has worked for the last century and not only has it done this, but it has also led to a great deal of development for its people. The Saudi Arabian government has used the oil wealth of the country for the benefit of its people and it...
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...Saudi Arabia Introduction The present day Saudi Arabia owes its existence to Prophet Mohammad, Holy Koran, Islam and Meccah, Medina. Before the arrival of prophet, the Arabian society was divided and diversified, with different tribes holding various religious faiths. The social and cultural bondage was virtually absent, among such tribes, during those days. This can be judged from the reading about pre-Islamic history of Saudi Arabia, as given below. The magnetic attraction of Prophet towards people of different backgrounds helped the unification of all Arabian communities, which resulted in the creation of Saudi Arabia, as a political entity, in 1932. As Prophet Mohammad was responsible... Islamic...
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Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is an Islamic country with rich historical background. Its monarchy history s far back during the ancient days. This paper outlines the geography of the country, the lifestyle of its people and their approach to governance. Introduction From the ancient days, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has developed from a land full of nomads to a modern nation. Led by a man whom Janin and Besheer (5) say not to have any formal education since its true birth in 1932, the country has experienced tremendous achievements. It stands as a significant industrial country, claiming over...
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...Saudi Arabia and the United s of America Introduction Saudi Arabia is one of the major economic players in the Middle East. Its rich oil reserves and economic expansion activities are just some of the qualities which make this nation an economic force to be reckoned with. This paper shall be a comparative analysis paper covering Saudi Arabia and the United States. The comparison shall be on the following aspects: economy/wages; labor laws and their application; labor rights; organizing/% of unionization; biggest unions; brief historical overview; political configuration; currency; educational levels; trade policies; and crime. Economy/Wages Saudi Arabia’s economy... “United States...
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...Saudi Arabia The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is located in a vital maritime location facing the Arabian Gulf and the Red Sea. The Kingdom has approximately 2100 km of coastal beaches attracting tourists seeking a little fun in the sun. These beaches, characterized by a vast variety of marine life, also bring a great deal of benefit to the kingdom’s fishery industry, representing a significant source of food and income for the local populace and businesses. Unfortunately, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has traditionally not put much effort into developing this industry. The craftsmen in the...
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...Saudi Monarchy and its along the Passage of History ]In a fair political term, the political system of the Kingdomof Saudi Arabia can be considered as absolute monarchy. Indeed Saudi Arabian monarchy considers the king as the head of both the state and its government. The King of Saudi Arab functions as the chairman of the country’s Council of Ministers. But since the country is ruled according to the Islamic Laws, the King does not preserve any right to enact laws. He only “issues royal decrees in accord with the shari’a” (Matthes et al 2). The most difficult duty that the King has to perform is to...
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Development Of Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Despite the myth that Saudi Arabia is a desert country, barren of development, except for natural oil reserves, the country is developing itself for a sustainable future. In fact, the country is highly aware of its strengths and weaknesses, and working towards development. The understanding that Saudi Arabia is a complete desert country is not really true. In fact, Saudi Arabia with its 1,960,582 square kilometers of land is made up of 2640 kilometers of coastline and 4,340 square kilometers of irrigated land, while many cities have been developed to provide habitation to a population of 21,504,613 people (Asia Trade Hub). As the population grows, Saudi Arabia is highly... Development of...
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Saudi Arabia profile
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...Saudi Arabia profile Saudi Arabia profile (Maps related to Saudi Arabia, n. d) Saudi Arabia is not only one of the major countries in Middle East, but also a prominent member of Arab world or Islamic world. Saudi has a land area of 2.15 million Sq. kilometers and a population of over 28.7 million as per the UN statistics 2010. More than 7 million of the Saudi population is foreigners. The population growth rate is Saudi is around 1.8%. More than 90% of the Saudi population are Muslims and Arabic is the official language (Saudi Arabia, 2011). Riyadh is the capital and most heavily populated city in Saudi with a population of 4.3 million followed by Jeddah (3.4 million), Makkah, (1.6 million... ...
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Research about Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is one of the countries in Middle East that have constant issues with armed conflicts, civil unrest, displaced persons, political violence among others. This research paper discusses Saudi Arabia as mentioned in various watch group reports that monitors situations in the world. According to the Amnesty International on human Rights, Saud Arabia Government has been facing political and social issues for the last several decades. Most of these threats are political in nature. Saudi Arabia citizens are rising up in need for political and leadership reforms. The regime uses security forces and the military to crack down on protesters (Amnesty International on human... Issues in...
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Saudi Arabia - Pestle Analysis
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...Saudi Arabia - PESTEL Analysis Introduction The kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest oil exporter in the world. It is a political monopolygoverned by the royal family. Founded by Abdul-Aziz bin Saud in 1932, Saudi Arabia has become one of the major powers in the Middle East. Irrespective of being a regime government it has been able to maintain political stability and has grown tremendously in the last few decades. This paper is a PESTEL analysis of the macro-environment of the country. The target audience of the paper are businesses which are looking at entering the...
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Media in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia otherwise simply called Saudi Arabia is a monarchy- the monarch or king is both the head of and head of government. In other words the king is also the Prime Minister. Saudi Arabia has its capital city in Riyadh and it became a republic on 23 September 1932.The country is governed by the Islamic law which forms the basic law which was publicized in 1992. This basic law defines both the government's responsibilities and rights. The monarchy in Saudi Arabia is hereditary. However, in 2006, an Allegiance Commission was created. The commission composed of Princes was mandated to select the future kings that would govern Saudi Arabia after the present crown prince... Introduction The Kingdom of...
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Saudi Arabia Paper 1
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...Saudi Arabia has a lot of individuals living below the poverty line, with an estimated 3 million people of the 28 million populace below the poverty line. Reports from the country indicate that statistics about poverty, both in the urban and rural areas are not usually released. The paper discussed the social imbalance between the rural and urban poverty in Saudi Arabia and the efforts that the government is taking in tackling poverty in the oil-rich economy. Two of the main initiatives taken by the government in trying to alleviate poverty in the country are mentioned and discussed, as well as the impact of these efforts in reducing rural and urban poverty. The use of aid... According to research,...
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Saudi arabia running dry
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...Saudi Arabia Running Dry Gonzalez, Pablo R. Running Out: How Global Shortages Change the Economic Paradigm: a Statistical Yearbook, 2008. New York: Algora Pub, 2008. Internet resource. Gonzalez noted that oil in Saudi Arabia is declining and can be justified by the statistics collected between 2000 and 2005. This statistic showed that oil production and reservation declined as compared to before. It is predicted that the preceding years will not be any better. Saud Arabia, which is the largest word oil producer, only managed to increase its reserves by 0.12 % (Gonzalez, 2). They attribute major causes of...
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Development Of Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia, construction of new roads is taking place day in, day out. There is a lot of traffic in Saudi Arabia and this is the only reason why this expansion is taking place. It is good for the country and it is certainly going to make the country much better than ever. Transportation: “Saudi Arabia has several hundred route kilometers of standard gauge railways linking the capital Riyadh... Roads: “With the massive increase in traffic that has ensued from the Kingdoms industrial and agricultural development, it has been necessary to upgrade many of the inter-city roads to expressways, with anything up to eight lanes for traffic.” (Asia Trade Hub). A lot of unforeseen development has been seen in S...
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Migrant workers to Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia: Outline This paper discusses the following aspects about migrant workers to Saudi Arabia: Nationalities Migrant workers to Saudi Arabia are mostly from South Asian countries including India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Religions Most migrant workers to Saudi Arabia are Muslims. Cultures Migrant workers to Saudi Arabia generally come from conservative cultures, so they find it easy to adjust in the conservative culture of Saudi Arabia. Economy Most migrant workers to Saudi Arabia come from countries with low economic development and power. Most of these countries are developing countries. Saudi Arabia provides enormous opportunities of employment for these people... Migrant Workers to...
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Saudi Arabia - Trade Elasticity
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...SAUDI ARABIA - TRADE ELASTI Saudi Arabia - Trade Elasti Introduction As a result of the spike in prices of oil in the 70s together with an increase in the production of oil and high Gross Domestic Product (GDP) averaging to more than 11 percent in a year, the Saudi Arabian economy grew tremendously. However, in the 1980s, oil pieces began to fall leading to an acute decline in oil production and negative GDP growth and the whole process was reversed (Billmeier & Hakura, 2008). In order to understand this, it is important to learn and understand trade Elasticities and how it is estimated. Trade elasticities...
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Education in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia An Assignment Submitted by Education in Saudi Arabia The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a monolithic societybased on Islamic origins. Similar to its restrictive justice system, the country has an education system that supports segregation and rigidity in its practice. Educational reforms to improve the quality of the system have been initiated in the recent years in order to compete with the openness of the modern business world. On a broader perspective, the reforms are merely education oriented and are intended to create a robust platform that facilitates the system in developing thoughtful students who are capable of practicing elite principles in the global arena... , with no...
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Saudi Arabia unemployment citizens
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...Saudi Arabia Being the largest country in the entire Middle East region, Saudi Arabiaplays a dominant role in the global field, especially because of the impact that it has on OPEC and the energy market in the world. In 2007, the GDP of the country was estimated to be 379,476.7 million, making the economy to be ranked 25th in the world. Though the population of the country grows at a fast pace, its GDP growth in 2007 was about 4.7 percent, and its GDP per capita was 9,227.81 USD in the same year. The Saudi economy is heavily reliant on the production of oil and other related services, such as petroleum industries and refineries (Al Nisr Publishing). The financial... number Unemployed Citizens in Saudi...
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Saudi Arabia Business Ethics
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...SAUDIS’ CULTURE Introduction This paper aims to investigate the business customs of Saudi Arabia and to create an informative essay in order to train the top sales and marketing executives about these customs and business ethics. This task pertains to inevitable requirement of conducting business globally in which organisations and personnel must learn how to communicate properly with other businesses in a different culture in order to pursue productivity and quality. Considering the reforms in the investment laws in Saudi Arabia in which foreign nationals are allowed to invest, it is interesting to know how culture becomes a fundamental... WHAT TOP SALES AND MARKETING EXECUTIVES NEED TO KNOW ABOUT...
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Saudi Arabia & Bahrain Economy
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...Saudi Arabia and Bahrain Economy Affiliation: Saudi Arabia and Bahrain Economy Part Current situation of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is an economy heavily reliant on oil and proved to contain the largest oil reserves globally at 266.7 billion barrels, which represents 20% of global reserves, 29% of OPEC, and 57% of GCC reserves. Saudi Arabia serves as among the largest producer and exporter of petroleum and related products globally, and plays a major role in OPEC for it accounts for approximately 28% of oil production. In 2009, production of oil stood at about 8 million barrels every day, less than a number of barrels recorded in 2008 by 1.1million. The oil industry accounted for about 90... ...
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Dancing in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Dancing in Saudi Arabia s Dancing in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia has a very diverse culture and it includes music, food, theater and dress and dancing. Dancing in Arab countries dates back to several centuries. One of the most famous dances in Saudi Arabia is Al-Ardha. It a traditional folklore dance, dating back to many years. It was performed by Bedouin tribes of Najd. It most probably occurs on the 3rd of September, the Saudi Arabian National day, on which men dance to show respect to their emir. To show patriotism towards their country it includes soldiers moving their swords in sequence and they dignify their horseman ship accompanied by Arabic poetry (Walker... ?Running head: Dancing in...
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Saudi Arabia Country Profile
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...SAUDI ARABIA: COUNTRY PROFILE Assignment) Introduction This is a country profile for Saudi Arabia developed for the purpose of conducting a communication campaign in the country. The study of the country profile will help one to understand various elements including politics, economy, mass media, infrastructure, legal structure, and social structure of the country. Evaluation of these six aspects of Saudi Arabia can assist policymakers to design an effective communication campaign and understand how one communicates with the public. This paper follows the framework described in the...
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Report of Saudi Arabia
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...SAUDI ARABIA. Introduction. Saudi Arabia, popularly referred to as the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, covers an area of approximately 2million square kilometers. This makes it one of the largest Arab states in Asia. It closely follows Algeria, the largest Arab state in the world, by size. It is surrounded by several States which include; Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Kuwait, Iraq, Oman and Yemen. It also has access to the Persian Gulf as well as the Red Sea (The World Fact Book, 2013). The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was founded in 1932 by Abdul – Aziz bin...
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Saudi Arabia - Trade Elasticity
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...SAUDI ARABIA - TRADE ELASTI Saudi Arabia - Trade Elasti Introduction As a result of the spike in prices of oil in the 70s together with an increase in the production of oil and high Gross Domestic Product (GDP) averaging to more than 11 percent in a year, the Saudi Arabian economy grew tremendously. However, in the 1980s, oil pieces began to fall leading to an acute decline in oil production and negative GDP growth and the whole process was reversed (Billmeier & Hakura, 2008). In order to understand this, it is important to learn and understand trade Elasticities and how it is estimated. Trade elasticities...
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Saudi arabia cultuer
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...SAUDI ARABIA King Abdulaziz was mainly interested in education. He brought education in Badia through the establishment of suburbs and the building of mosques. He also brought modern education through opening schools and importing teachers. By his personal interest in the education, his family underwent through daily education lessons, which were received at home. When he attended to his travels, he printed books and distributed free of charge. King Abdulaziz was heard telling his son King Saud "Be sure to learn science because people are nothing without education." Education system The government in Saudi Arabia is focusing on encouraging womens education... Running head: HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN SAUDI...
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Saudi Arabia presentation
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...Saudi Arabia Because of its fundamentalist religion, it is hard to integrate Western ideals into Saudi value systems. Saudi Arabia is an entirely Muslim country, and its people are not allowed by law to change religions. The fundamentalist branch of Sunni Islam, Wahabi, is the official religion. Foreigners must be aware that they may not display any visible signs of other religions, such as wearing a crucifix. Saudi Arabia is also home to the two most holy cities of Islam, Makkah and Madinah, and non-Muslims are not allowed to enter these cities. Decisions are made by one male leader who considers the opinions of his group and divine law in his decision-making... Cultural Norms and Business Practices In...
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Saudi Arabia water problem
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...SAUDI ARABIA WATER PROBLEM Saudi Arabia Water Problem Insert Insert Insert 16 May Table of contents Purpose statement Introduction Background Desalination process Nano membrane technology Reverse osmosis Comparison between reverse osmosis, and Nano membrane technology Conclusion Saudi Arabia Water Problem Purpose Statement This report will mainly discuss nanotechnology used for water purification, and how it works, and then discusses the currently used approach “Reverse osmosis.” Finally, the report will study the advantages and the disadvantages of two desalination approaches. A. Introduction Water refers to a neutral compound chemical substance containing hydrogen and oxygen... , which are...
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Greece vs Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia: An Overview Saudi Arabia is among the richest countries in the world, producing a quarter of the Petroleum that is mined in the world today. With an economy that is centered around oil-production, Saudi Arabia is also a leading member of the Organization of the Petroleum Producing Countries an organization also known as OPEC. The country is spread on an area of 2.15 M sq km and according to the official figures published by the Saudi government in the year 1999; the population is roughly 14 million with roughly 12.3 million people belonging to the indigenous...
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Development Of Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia contributed to the development of the country by bringing in absolute allowances from its role in the development of some sectors, such as minerals, agriculture, industry and commerce (Infrastructure, n. d.). In all-inclusive countries like the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, area the capital citizenry centers are not alone broadcast all over the country but are as well afar by deserts, beach dunes, valleys and mountains, a reliable transport alley arrangement becomes all... Industrial Development The absence of infrastructural facilities is hindering the economic growth and development of many developing countries aroundthe world. Investment in infrastructure has the positive results of increasing ...
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Foreign Workers: Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia From a historical perspective, Saudi Arabia has always strongly relied on foreign workers for its economic growth and development. After the oil book of the 1970’s, a great deal of construction and economic activities started to take place in the country. There was a big need to bring in millions of foreign workers to work in various economic sectors. Saudi culture and society has always been very open and welcoming of foreign workers from all parts of the world. Currently, there are more than six million foreign workers in the country and this represents 50% of the total workforce. According to Eleanor (37-34) there have been some issues of mistreatment... of such workers such...
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Drugs in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is a Middle East monarchy under the rule of a king from the members of the Al Saud family lineage. The monarch’s religion is strictly Muslim. The king’s leadership style is characterized by use of royal decrees. Two councils participate in the issuance of the decrees: the Council of Ministers, and the Consultative council, which is an advisory arm of the king. The king appoints members of both councils. The country boasts of a well-developed infrastructure system and an attractive tourists’ destination. The monarch uses Islamic law as the base of authority, which means that the social and custom practices follow the Islam belief. In regards to this, drug use... Drugs in Saudi...
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Inflation in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia. It is known that various macroeconomic factors can contribute in the progress of an economy. Inflation is one such factor. The assignment will discuss the effect of inflation on the economy of Saudi Arabia. It will also talk about the solutions and how the common people are affected because of inflation. Graphs will represent the changes in the rate of inflation for a period of 10 years. Introduction The development of the economy of Saudi Arabia occurred with the establishment and the expansion of the Saudi state in the past five decades. The economy of the country of Saudi Arabia is oil based with active government intervention in major... The first will talk about the economy of Saudi...
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Saudi Arabia: Women's Veiling
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...Saudi Arabia: Women's Veiling A veil is a part of clothing worn exclusively by women with intent of covering part of the head or face. Veiling in women was first recorded in an Assyrian legal text in the 13th century which restricted its use to noble women. The veil occurs in different forms such as the Hijab that occurs in the form of a head scarf and covers the hair for both men and women; Niqab that covers all the body parts except the eyes; and Burqa that covers the whole face with the exception of see-through opening that exposes the eyes. The numerous global styles of veiling reflect the local traditions and the interpretations of the Islamic requirements. Most critics link their use... Module...
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Divorce Causes in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Divorce Causes in Saudi Arabia According to Commins p73), “A study in Saudi Arabia revealed that the total divorce cases recorded in 2012 were more than 30,000, which was an average of 82 (divorces) a day”. Reports also indicate that in the previous year, there were at least four instances of “khula”, in which the wife asks her husband for a divorce for return of dowry paid and a specific amount of money agreed upon with her husband. In addition, at least 66% of all divorce cases in Saudi Arabia occur within the first year. Eligibility for marriage in Saudi Arabia begins immediately Saudi’s reach puberty, although the average age has increased in the last number... Divorce Causes in Saudi...
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The History About Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Introduction Saudi Arabia has a global recognition as one of the most rapidly developing state economically. The nation has a long history from when the first people settled there up to date. For decades, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been under the governance of one family, commonly referred to as House of Saud. Studies show that the first leader to rule Saudi Arabia was Muhammad bin Saud, since then, the state all along Saud’s descendants have ruled it. Before the current Saudi Arabia came to existence, there were two kingdoms, which were the 1st and 2nd Saudi states though toppled by neighboring states (Ministry of Culture, 2014). During its earlier stages, Saudi... The History about...
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Adopt a Country: Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi-Iran Relations While reading about the recent emergence of ISIS and subsequent regional responses on the internet, it seems that the threat posed by the group has resulted in dialogue between Saudi Arabia and Iran. However, The Guardian (p.1) cautions that in spite of the possibility of a thaw in relations and diplomatic progress, ongoing proxy wars in Yemen, Syria, and Iraq look like they will continue to define the relationship between the Saudi Arabia and Iran. This relationship continues to be constrained by differences in ideology, questions about the right to nuclear armament, and proxy conflicts. With the rise of the IS in Syria and Iraq, it seems that there is a new platform... ...
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...Saudi Arabia Tensions between Saudi Arabia and the United s, which began to emerge in September and October as the US and Saudi Arabia’s regional rival Iran neared a deal on its nuclear program, seemed to have been carried over into November. However, the issue this time has to do with oil prices and the effect that overproduction of oil by Saudi Arabia is having on US shale oil that requires prices of at least $80 to stay profitable (RTRS 1). After reading several news sites carrying articles about US–Saudi relationships, it became...
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Oil Production In Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia boasts of having the largest oil reserves in the world with more than 280 billion barrels (45 x 109 m3). This represents about 25% of the total world oils. Large parts of oil reserves are located on the Eastern part of the country; Ghawar and Safaniya. The first sample of oil reserve was discovered in Dammam in the year 1938. Saudi Arabia is known to be a leading exporter of gas and oils, estimated to be 18% of all exported oils in the world. Within its boundaries oil and gas contributes to 50% of Saudi Arabia’s gross domestic products and about more than 85% of all exported earnings (Jones, 48). With these statistics, it is undeniably true that Saudi... Oil production in Saudi ...
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Human Rights in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Introduction Saudi Arabia is one of the most conservative monarchies in the whole world leading to lots of human rights abuses. Saudi Arabia just as other countries in the world conform to important human rights instruments with the aim of protecting human dignity.1 The country has also signed five agreements with International Labour Organization beside approval of several regional and chapters to express its commitments infighting for human rights. Despite these achievements, Saudi Arabia is yet to sign important human rights covenants and agreements related to human rights such as those that protect the non-governmental organizations and their active members.2... ? Human Rights in Saudi...
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Economic Environment of Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia The Saudi Arabia financial system is in terms of mixed based economy. This impliesthat the government has a high influence over the resources whereby private sectors also own some resources that facilitate production within the Saudi Arabian economy. Government is in critical control of all oil reserves that are in its possession. This accounts for approximately 92% of the revenue budget, which the country en joys (Gonzalez, 1583). However, the government is also stimulating private investment in order to avoid much overreliance on the present oil resources as well as generating more employment opportunities. Investments in this case encompass power generation... Due The economy of Saudi...
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Climate change in saudi arabia
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...Saudi Arabia has embarked on adaptation and mitigation measures to counter the effect of climate change in the country (Saudi Arabia And Climate Change).The country has serious consequences of climate change and it is estimated that it is slightly above or below the breakpoint in regard the sea-level. The country has developed long term strategies to help the country against flooding from the sea and minimizing the harsh conditions in it expansive deserts. Saudi Arabia is a major investment hub for industries from all over the world. The presence of cheap and skilled industrial labor, availability of good infrastructure, ready market... and the presence of fossil fuels have been a major...
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Women driving in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Each individual is en d to enjoy his rights and privileges as stipulated in a country’s constitution. Women in Saudi Arabia should be allowed to drive in public because it is their right to do so. This is because women rights should be respected and be protected against any form of discrimination and abuse, which may hinder their development. Saudi Arabia is one country on focus when it comes to women rights. As an Arab country, women have been subjected to inhuman treatment (Kristof and Wudunn n.d). On the other hand, the government should strictly abide by the strict Islamic laws. Due to this, it should impose stringent measures to ensure that women do not drive... Women driving in...
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Energy efficiency in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Introduction Saudi Arabian government has become adequately aware about the need to depend more on renewable forms of energy instead of fossil fuel. Though the nation is abundant in oil that ensures cheap availability of energy; the economic, environmental, and social consequences of a total reliance on fossil fuel have become obvious through various studies. Also, the Saudi Arabian terrain proved itself rich in renewable sources like solar and wind energy. The harnessing of such alternative sources poses various challenges because of their higher cost of production and fluctuating nature. Because of their fluctuating nature, it has become... ? Demand and management Energy Efficiency in...
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Power Distance in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia scores on top of the list of countries where power distance exists. Saudi Arabic incorporates a huge power distance. This is to some extent due to monarchy in the society. Your residents have no strong political tone of voice, as well as the guidelines of the territory tends... Assignment Power distance can be explained best by saying that it is the handling of differences between groups existing in a social system. Culture’s approach towards human inequality in a society is called power distance. When one individual is treated as superior and other is deprived of even basic rights and class system is the base of the society then power distance is the best term to describe the scenario....
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Women rights in saudi arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Each and every individual is en d to enjoy his rights and privileges as stipulated ina country’s constitution. According to the Beijing platform of action adopted in 1995, women rights should be respected and be protected against any form of discrimination and abuse which may hinder their development. In this case it spells out that countries which have ratified the international conventions should take special measures and ensure that their governments take strict measures on the main actors who interfere with the rights of the women. Women bring a lot of contributions in the economy of the country in this case their participation in the development arena will only... Women rights in...
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Construction industry in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia While there is a slight variation between sources, the total population of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is about 27 to 28 million (Lindsey 2010). Of that number, 7.5 to 8 million are legal migrant workers (more than the native work force) and another million or more are estimated to be illegal migrant workers. Saudi Arabia is a fundamentalist Islamic state. While some democracy is permitted at the local level, at the national level the king rules with the help of an appointed Shura Council. There is repression of demands for greater democracy (Human Rights Commission 2011). There are laws criminalizing freedom of worship, expression... ? CONSTRUCTION Introduction A. General Information about...
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Saudi Arabia: Case Study Report
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...Saudi Arabia: a Case Study Report Contents 0 Introduction 2.0 Saudi Arabia: general overview of culture 3.0 Management in Saudi Arabia: communicative perspective 3.1 Hofstede’s model 3.2 Trompenaars’ model 4.0 Positive and negative stereotypes of Saudi Arabia 5.0 Business in Saudi Arabia: cultural perspective 6.0 Do’s and don’ts in business with Saudis: SWOT analysis Conclusion 1.0 Introduction Modern world is a place of numerous perspectives in different spheres. There is a specific tendency of...
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Country Analysis Report - Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabian ICT business market and seeks to investigate the difficulties, risks, benefits and potential of this business environment. The purpose is to examine the market factors that Apple Inc would anticipate as it defines its strategy to develop an ICT infrastructure manufacturing plant in Saudi Arabia. In terms of the potential, Saudi Arabia has high affinity for ICT technology. Although the telecommunication network is already developed, the digital technology is still poor in this country. Between 2003 and 2008, the ICT market sector contributed only to 9% of the economic growth. Being a growing country, the government has... Business Executive Summary The report provides an analysis of Saudi...
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Obesity in kingdom saudi arabia
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...Saudi Arabia: Obesity is a nutritional disorder that results into excessive fat accumulation in the body. The most obvious victims of obesity are the developed countries, though the number of victims of obesity in the developing countries is also readily increasing (Young, 2001). Obesity has a fairly complex etiology. Several factors that include but are not limited to environment and genetics affect obesity along with several physical, psychological and socio-economic reasons. The speed with which obesity has increased all over the world in the past few decades essentially tells that role of other factors in causing obesity is much more significant that that of genetics. In fact... ?Obesity in Kingdom...
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Women rights in Saudi Arabia
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...Saudi Arabia Each and every individual is en d to enjoy his rights and privileges as stipulated in acountry’s constitution. According to the Beijing platform of action adopted in 1995, women rights should be respected and be protected against any form of discrimination and abuse which may hinder their development. In this case it spells out that countries which have ratified the international conventions should take special measures and ensure that their governments take strict measures on the main actors who interfere with the rights of the women. Women bring a lot of contributions in the economy of the country in this case their participation in the development arena will only... Women rights in Saudi ...
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