In 2010 live sheep exports from Australia to the Middle East were down 17 per cent on 2009 figures, due to drought conditions in Western Australia and limited domestic sheep flock supply. Just over 2.9 million sheep were exported last year, worth A5 million in export earnings.
The live export of sheep from Australia to the Middle East is vitally important to the food security of the region, with Australian sheep providing an Continue reading
Middle East has been the unknown region which is now picking up pace because of huge availability of jobs. The best part about education and career options in the Middle East is that it offers the facilities to both locals as well as expatriates. The economy of this area has been actually dependant on oil, petroleum and natural gas since a long time. However, today, the region has faced a diversification. The Middle East, UAE and Arabian Gulf Continue reading
In the agreement ,which was signed on 18April ,2010 in New Delhi, FTTC would take care of APA’s interests in the Middle-East& Africa, such as Bahrain, Qatar ,Saudi Arabia ,Kuwait, Oman, and the U.A.E.
FTTC , which has a very strong base in the region would market APA and liaison with Airlines in the region to acquire Placement opportunities for APA students. A Team from FTTC ,which would also consist of Airline Heads and Market decision makers would Continue reading
In the complicated world of employee background screening, no two countries are alike. In the United States, investigators have a internet of databases at their disposal and a vast network of nearby resources that present a wealth of details at the mere click of a mouse. It’s a distinct world in the Middle East. Technologies is limited in several parts of the region. Privacy legislation varies from country to country and from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Cultural differences Continue reading