How new employment law affects workers in Saudi Arabia


A new law has been introduced in Saudi Arabia which forces companies to reserve at least 10% of jobs for Saudi nationals - in an effort to cut unemployment among locals.

But will Gulf citizens accept the jobs that have long been done by workers from overseas? And what will happen to the migrant workers forced to make way?

Jonathan Frewin reports.

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