Migration to the Arab World: Experience of Returning Migrants

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Godfrey Gunatilleke
United Nations University Press, 1991 - Alien labor - 352 pages
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Page 102 - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: the key countries of employment.
Page 111 - Production increases should be encouraged not only in the Middle East but in other parts of the developing world.
Page 61 - In other words, the more formal the occasion is and the higher the level of education, the more likely it is that English will be used (Gonzalez and Bautista 1985: chapter 2).
Page 328 - On the basis of the available data it would appear that the average income enjoyed by the migrants at the time of migration would have been in the region of Rs.
Page 102 - Global Trends in Migration: Theory and Research on International Population Movements (Centre for Migration Studies, New York, 1981), pp.
Page 284 - Manning these hotels provides job opportunities for different skills. Health Clinics Since the passengers bound for foreign jobs are required to undergo detailed medical examination, the facilities for such health examinations, such as X-rays, pathological tests, etc., have expanded quite significantly.
Page 285 - Besides the above list of activities relating to the flow and use of remittances, various other activities have also emerged. There are small institutions providing secretarial facilities to the migrants - typing, translation, and photocopying.
Page 285 - This is another area which has received a tremendous impetus from the inflow of remittances. Local banks have expanded their services, even in remote areas, where there is a concentration of migrant workers. They maintain deposits from overseas remittances and facilitate their use and transfer.

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