Another challenge is that the country's youth seem little prepared or ready to join the private sector
The Head of Private Sector
Unit-ADB said: Afghanistan was one of the founding members of ADB and last year Afghanistan and ADB celebrated 50 years of its relations.
The current balance sheets of big banks, shows that they have invested 65 to 70 percent of their funds in treasury bills and other government securities, leaving less funds for private sector
RIYADH: The number of Saudi males and females employed in the private sector
rose in 2015 by more than 10 percent compared to the previous year, a local publication reported.
A research by Department of Global Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, USA and Indian Institute of Public Health, Public Health Foundation of India has revealed that in the past three years, the private sector
has contributed only 4.
According to Oxford Strategic Consulting's survey report, 41 per cent of working-age Emiratis viewed the private sector
as 'Very Important' to national employment.
This reluctance for employment in the private sector
is echoed in other areas of the Gallup surveys.
It is very exciting and important because it's a unique opportunity to turn around the private sector
business of the bank, in the sense that the portfolio of the private sector
has grown significantly from $200-$300m to $2.
The seminar assess the laws and policies regulating employment in the private sector
, education and training outputs and their conformity with the requirements of the labor market in the private sector
According to the official, Zanganeh is against transferring of gas processing plants to private sector
due to the sensitive and important role they play in production, export and supply of gas.
It is time for the private sector
employers to move rapidly to improve their skills at recruiting and employing Emiratis.
As part of the new proposal, private sector
employees would reach pay parity, get two-day weekends and increased holidays.