Saudi Arabia allows saleswomen to work at jewellery stores
- Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, October 23 - 2012 at 01:00
The Saudi labour ministry has decided to allow Saudi women to work as sales clerks in gold and jewellery shops, Arab News has reported. However, the National Committee for Precious Metals and Gems at the Council of Saudi Chambers of Commerce, said that the work nature at the gold workshops and factories is inappropriate for women. "The committee will do everything possible to address this decision because we think it will not solve any problems but will create other problems," said Kareem Al-Anzi, the chief of the committee.
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