Saudi Binladin Says It Paid Dismissed Workers Amid ProtestBy and
Group says affected jobs related to contracted projects
Company issued exit visas for 77,000 foreign workers: Al Watan
The Saudi Binladin Group has fully compensated its dismissed workers, the company said, responding to local media reports that it fired thousands without pay. It described the job cuts as a routine measure amid a slowdown in the construction industry.
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