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In the private sector, the length of your holidays is proportional to the number of days you actually worked (and the days of inactivity regarded as equivalent to working days, for instance sick leave) during the year preceding the year in which you take your holidays. If you worked a full year, you are legally entitled to twenty days the following year in a regime consisting of a five-day week, and to twenty-four days in a regime consisting of a six-day week. These holidays entitle you to a holiday bonus: - If you are a worker or salaried artiste, your holiday bonus is paid by a holiday fund or by the ...
Qatar's index slumped to its biggest loss for seven weeks yesterday as investors sold off bank stocks after a muted response to bumper earnings from the country's largest listed lender. Dubai slunk to a new five-week low, dropping 2 percent, Abu Dhabi fell for a fifth session and Oman extended its losing streak to three, but Kuwait and Bahrain rose and Saudi Arabia hit a 12-week high on optimism its banks had turned the corner after a tough 2009. Qatar National Bank fell 2.3 percent as the feel-good factor from a 65 percent rise in quarterly profit proved fleeting. Doha's ... Read More
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