Saudi Arabians

Saudis (Arabic: سعوديون‎ Suʿūdiyyūn) or Saudi Arabians are a nation composed mainly of Arab ethnic groups which are native to the Arabian Peninsula and live in the five historical Regions: Najd, Al-Hijaz, Asir, Tihama and Al-Ahsa; the regions which Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was founded on or what was formerly known as the Kingdom of Hejaz and Nejd in the Arabian Peninsula. Saudis speak one of the accents and dialects of the Peninsular Arabic, including the Hejazi, Najdi, Gulf and Southern Arabic dialects (which includes Bareqi), as a mother tongue. There are also Saudi Hejazis of Albanian, Bosniak, Egyptian, Hadremi, …

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World Bank Group · 1 August 2021 English

forecast is for an aggregate GCC GDP growth of 2.2 percent in 2021, roughly tracking the turnaround in high-income countries, with the outcomes ranging from 1.2 percent for the UAE to 2.4 percent for Saudi

accelerated the substitutability of expatriates and Saudi Arabians, at least for some occupations. Alkhowaiter



INOP · 23 July 2020 English

District authorities in the system of municipal decen- tralization, known in many Italian cities as Consigli di cir- coscrizione (Cdc), have been established to make the local government closer to …

nation in ethnocentric and very negative terms. Saudi Arabians were associated with wealth, oil, extrava-


World Bank Group · 2020 English

Education has a large untapped potential to contribute to human capital, well-being, and wealth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It had been at the heart of the …

mar- ket in per capita consumption. Young Saudi Arabians ages 15–24 spend on average 72 minutes a day


World Bank Group · 15 October 2019 English

Education has a large untapped potential to contribute to human capital, well-being, and wealth in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA). In fact, it has been at the …

mar- ket in per capita consumption. Young Saudi Arabians ages 15–24 spend on average 72 minutes a day


World Bank Group · 13 November 2018 English

Education has a large untapped potential to contribute to human capital, well-being, and wealth in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA). In fact, it has been at the …

mar- ket in per capita consumption. Young Saudi Arabians ages 15–24 spend on average 72 minutes a day


Global Challenge · 8 May 2018 English

A severe problem for the Western hemisphere is that the financial status of the nation-states has deteriorated at the same time as they are facing the negative consequences of digitisation …

way out now. The deadly enemy Daesh that the Saudi Arabians have created must be outrooted militarily.


WHO · 2018

EMHJ is the official health journal published by the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the World Health Organization. It is a forum for the presentation and promotion of new policies …

increased prevalence of smoking among young Saudi Arabians (26,27). The effect Abstract Background:


EU · 29 May 2017 English

The report describes the importance of oil for oil exporting countries and analyses the potential economic effects that current low oil prices may have in their economy and political stability. …

Economic Outlook database. Migration Stock Saudi Arabians live in many regions all over the world. Single


desLibris · 2015 English

some countries is even more striking. The Saudi Arabians, for example, spend the equivalent of 238%


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