Expat banker’s complaint to UN rights body could set precedent in Gulf
- 05 Jun 2010
| 3 minute read
Expatriates in the Gulf are used to horror stories about exit permits refused, passports withheld and people being held indefinitely under house arrest, but most accept it as one of the risks of working in a developing country
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