Kuwait to cut expat numbers

Pedro Gonçalves
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Kuwait to cut expat numbers

Kuwait's parliament has unanimously passed a law giving the government one year to slash its expatriate population, a move that could see hundreds of thousands of foreign residents forced to leave the country, Bloomberg reported. The new legislation was passed after introducing amendments such as abolishing the previously proposed quota system for expat nationalities, after the government objected to the system. The law requires the government to create mechanisms to cut the number of f...

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