Saudi Arabia Essay Examples

Private Sector and Saudis

Saudi Arabia is a wealthy country with a young population structure and a high population growth rate. People under the age of 40 make up 78% of the population of which 32% is under 15 years. This means that the dependency ratio in Saudi Arabia is very high compared to other countries (2. 4 times… View Article

Proud Filipino

Muhammad Al-Maghrabi became handicapped and shut down his flower and gifts shop business in Jeddah after his Filipino workers insisted on leaving and returning home. He says: “When they left, I felt as if I had lost my arms. I was so sad that I lost my appetite.” Al-Maghrabi then flew to Manila to look… View Article

Oil and Global Warming in Saudi Arabia

Oil has been identified as a very important resource; it provides a lot of significant benefits to mankind. It is used for numerous purposes such as transportation, heating, electricity production, and industrial applications. It has a high energy density which makes it an efficient fuel source plus the fact that it is fairly easy to… View Article

The Saudi Arabia General Investment Authority

1. How would you measure SAGIA’simpacton Saudi Arabia’s competitiveness? Compare the improvement in indicators (number of days to register a business, FDI growth, employments indicators, etc.) between 2005 and 2011by referringto the Global Competitiveness Report, Doing Business Report and other sources. 2. What are the characteristics of effective networked governance? What are the advantages? What… View Article

Public perception on climate change in Saudi Arabia

According to the Arab Forum for environment (AFED 2009), survey conducted on 19 Arab countries(including Saudi Arabia), 98 % of the respondents agreed to the fact that climate is changing. Additionally, 89 % believed that this is a human induced problem. It was the desire of more than 51% of the respondent to see their… View Article

Jamba Juice to Saudi Arabia

The problems that may arise in Saudi Arabia while Jamba Juice is launched in the country can be bifurcated into three as below: 1. Competition problem in Saudi Arabia Competition is an important problem for any business entity which may hit the firm and its expansion plan. Large numbers of players are operating in the… View Article

Arab sheikdoms in the United Arab Emirates

Dubai is one of the seven Arab sheikdoms in the United Arab Emirates (U. A. E. ). Before oil and gas were discovered in 1958, it was among the very poor sheikdoms under British protection and was once called a Trucial State. Today, their sheiks are independent and among the world’s richest men, with a… View Article

Current Situation of SMEs in Saudi Arabia

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are apparently the central player of most economies, mostly in terms of generating micro employment and largely due to their contributions and development impacts as quantified by increasing growth potentials towards sustainable development. The perception that the significant collaboration of SMEs within the supply chain or pipeline industry of larger… View Article

Human Progress is Indeed Slow

In the world today, people like to believe that they have evolved into societies of equality, justice, and fairness. Yet around the world there are many ‘modern’ societies that still treat women as second-class citizens. This is clearly evident in the novel Princess, the story of women in Saudi Arabia, introduced through the life of… View Article