• American Business Council Kuwait business networking event

    The American Business Council Kuwait (ABCK) held their Back to Business networking event at the Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel and Spa on 17 September. In attendance was the US Ambassador to Kuwait, H.E. Lawrence Silverman, and over 100 guests from the US Embassy and ABCK community.

  • Visa Trading Business Kuwait 2019

    95% Expats who bought visas do not work for their sponsors. It is business like any other, where the people who are trading in visas have decided not to be harsh on those who buy visa or residence permit from them, reports Al-Rai daily.

  • Schengen exemption negotiations Kuwait 2019

    Kuwait has reached an advanced stage in negotiations with the European Union to exempt Kuwaiti nationals from the Schengen visa, said well-informed government sources. The government has been working hard for a while now to secure free travel in European countries by getting the Schengen visa exemption.

  • Kuwait plans to reduce expats

    New research says it will take a generation to replace large number of foreign workers with Kuwaiti ones. Kuwait’s plan to cut expat numbers by 1.5 million over the next seven years will impact economic growth, according to new research.

  • Kuwait business and finance hub

    The eldest son of Kuwait’s ruler said the OPEC member is revisiting plans to transform itself into a regional business hub. Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah said in an interview the focus will be on northern regions, where developments could serve neighbouring Iraq as it seeks to recover from conflict, and even Iran.

  • Art exhibition Kuwait

    Last week, in a little pocket of Venice along its iconic Grand Canal, Kuwait arrived in the form of an exhibition. The exhibition, ‘In My Dream I Was in Kuwait’, features drawing, painting and photography works by Kuwaiti artists Ahmed Muqeem, Nasser Behbehani and Khaled Alnajdi.

  • online visit visas for expats family Kuwait 2020

    In its quest to eliminate the documentary cycle, reduce congestion and save time the government of Kuwait said more than 3 million expatriates working in the private sector will soon be able to renew their residence permits electronically from next October, reports Al-Qabas daily.

  • Korean cultural festival Kuwait

    To mark the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between South Korea and Kuwait, the South Korean Embassy launched  a cultural festival at the Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Center on 24 July. 

  • Ramadan Kuwait

    The Holy Month of Ramadan is observed by Muslims around the world in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar year. It is the month of fasting from dawn to dusk and a time of peace and goodwill marked by prayers, penitence and charity.

  • live longer Kuwait

    Researchers say that people in Kuwait are expected to live to an average age of 81.4 years in 2040, the highest in the region. If you want to live longer, you might want to consider moving to Kuwait, according to the findings of a life expectancy study.

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