Decisions on some issues have also been postponed for further research and solutions, said Oman's labour ministry.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has replaced some of its top military officers in a series of personnel changes that elevate a younger generation, bring a woman into a senior government job and tighten Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s grip on power. In a reshuffle announced late on Monday, the military chief of staff, air defence and land forces heads and senior defence and interior ministry officials were removed. Tamadur bint Youssef al-Ramah became deputy labour minister, a rare high-level job for a woman in the deeply…
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's labour ministry is asking the government to spend 14.9 billion riyals ($4.0 billion) annually on labour market reform and steps to move Saudi citizens into private sector jobs, the ministry said in a report.