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Press Dossier   By Date  30/01/2023
King Abdullah Port records 3.25% growth in container throughput
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Port recorded a 3.25 percent increase in container throughput in 2022 and cemented its position among the world’s fastest-growing ports, said a statement issued on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia plans to boost listing of agricultural firms on Tadawul
Saudi Arabia plans to list agricultural firms on its stock market in a push to raise the financial efficiency of such firms as it looks to boost investment in the sector.
Oil activity boosted Oman’s economy by 30.4% in September 2022
Oman’s economy grew by 30.4 percent in September 2022 year-on-year, thanks to increased oil production, local media reported, citing figures issued by National Centre for Statistics and Information.
Qatar replaces Russian company in Lebanon’s gas exploration
Lebanon announced on Sunday that Qatar has entered a consortium to explore for offshore gas in the Mediterranean Sea off the Lebanese coast.
Jeddah Islamic Port receives 3 ship-to-shore cranes
Saudi Arabia’s  Jeddah Islamic Port has received a new batch of three ship-to-shore cranes amid efforts to boost operational efficiency of the port, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark index inches up 0.16% to close at 10,839.49
Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index on Sunday inched up 17.84 points — or 0.16 percent — to close at 10,839.49.
Fishermen Union seeks entry permits for expat laborers
Head of the Kuwait Fishermen Union Thaher Al-Suwayyan has requested Interior Minister Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled Al-Sabah to allow entry permits for expatriate workers, as the industry currently is short of labor and local replacements are not available.
Lawmakers call for action over exam cheating scandal
Ten lawmakers on Sunday demanded the National Assembly convene a special session to debate a school exam cheating scandal in which as many as 40,000 students benefited.
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