Oman Imposes Expat Hiring Freeze

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Oman has enacted a six month ban on the hiring of expatriate workers in 10 different sectors, through a decree issued by its Minister of Manpower Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Bakri.
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The temporary regulation suspends the issuance of work licenses for expatriates in sectors including information systems, sales, marketing, administration, human resources, insurance, media, airports, engineering and technical professions. Licenses issued prior to the new decree will remain valid until the expiration of their respective terms.
The move is the latest in the ongoing push to create more job opportunities for Omanis, as the small, oil-dependent nation looks to curb unemployment.

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