SAUDI ARABIA BACKGROUND CHECK

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GENERAL INFORMATION

GDP USD748.45bn (World ranking 19, World Bank 2013)
Population 28.83 million (World ranking 45, World Bank 2013)
Form of state Monarchy
Head of government HRH King Salman bin Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdull ah bin Mohammed bin Saud
Next elections None

 

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PRODUCTS IN SAUDI ARABIA

Data Protection

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Royal Decree No. M/39 25 Jumada II 1424, 23 August 2003.

Abstract:The law is comprised of 29 articles, prescribes the Bureau of Investigation and Prosecution shall investigate and prosecute before general courts as to crimes provided for in this Law.

Article 67 Powers of the States

Acting within its term of reference, the Organizational Power shall draw up regulations and by-laws to safeguard public interests or eliminate corruption in the affairs of the State in accordance with the rulings of the Islamic Shania’s. It shall exercise its powers in compliance with this law and the two other laws of the Council of Ministers and the Males Al-Shore (Consultative Council).

Article 79 Control and Auditing Authorities

All State revenues and expenditures shall be kept under control, so shall its fixed and liquid (mobile) assets which will be checked to ascertain that they are properly utilized and maintained. An annual report thereon shall be submitted to the Council of Ministers.

The law shall name the control and auditing authority concerned, and shall define its terms of reference and accountability.

Article 80

Government bodies shall be monitored closely to ensure that they are performing well and applying the law properly. Financial and administrative violations shall be investigated and an annual report thereon shall be submitted to the Council of Ministers.

The law shall name the authority to be charged with this task and shall define its accountability and terms of reference.

Police Background Check Procedures

We have been informed that the Saudi Arabian authorities do not issue police certificates or Certificates of Good Conduct.
For further information contact:
Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia
30 Charles Street
Mayfair
London
W1J 5DZ
Tel: (0)20 7917 3000
Email: ukemb@mofa.gov.sa
Website: www.saudiembassy.org.uk
Consular Office
30-32 Charles Street
Mayfair
London
W1J 5DZ
Tel: +44 (0)20 7917 3000

Risk

Sovereign risk

Despite expectations of a wide fiscal deficit in 2015, the sovereign’s credit‘worthiness is not in question, given its large stock of financial assets and the tiny public debt stock. The main constraints on the rating remain the dependence of the public finances on oil, especially following the recent slide in oil prices, and significant public-sector liabilities.

Banking sector risk

Banks will remain well capitalised and have increased provisions for bad loans accumulated prior to 2009. Despite the pick‘up in real-estate lending and declines on the stockmarket, the sector is buttressed by ample liquidity and benefits from implicit government backing.

Political risk

The king, Salman bin Abdel-Aziz al-Saud, has sought to expedite the transfer of power to the next generation, but, by promoting his inexperienced son, Mohammed bin Salman, to deputy crown prince, he risks a backlash from other ruling family members. With the economy also slowing in the wake of lower oil prices and security threats rising from across the country’s borders, the king and his successors will face a growing challenge in maintaining stability.

Economic structure risk

Efforts to diversify the economy, aimed at boosting employment and oppor‘tunities for young Saudis, remain a major challenge. Oil accounts for around 90% of export and government revenue. As a result, the economy is heavily exposed to the recent slump in global oil prices and geopolitical risk.

Travel Risk

Security

The decision to travel is your responsibility. You are also responsible for your personal safety abroad. The purpose of this Travel Advice is to provide up-to-date information to enable you to make well-informed decisions.

Terrorism

There is a terrorist threat throughout Saudi Arabia, and attacks may occur throughout the country. Although groups commonly target government buildings, public areas, areas frequented by tourists and Western interests, Westerners may be directly targeted. Sectarian attacks may also occur throughout the country. Heightened security measures are currently in place and may be reinforced on short notice.

On September 21, 2014, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) released a statement threatening retaliation for the American -led coalition campaign against ISIL in Iraq and Syria. The statement encouraged opportunistic and indiscriminate attacks against citizens and interests of countries supporting the coalition, which includes Canada. Individuals and terrorist groups in the region may be inspired to carry out attacks in a show of solidarity with ISIL. Exercise a high degree of personal security awareness at all times, maintain a heightened level of vigilance and be aware of your surroundings.

Maintain a high level of vigilance and personal security awareness at all times. Register with and carefully follow messages issued through the Registration of Canadians Abroad service.

Southwestern border area with Yemen

Exercise extreme caution if you are travelling to or within southwestern Saudi Arabia, particularly near the Yemeni border. Saudi Arabia has launched airstrikes into Yemen, and retaliation by armed groups in Yemen cannot be ruled out. Airports in the area may be closed with little or no notice. Verify your travel plans before leaving for the airport.

Kidnapping

There is a general threat of kidnapping in Saudi Arabia. Maintain a high level of vigilance at all times.

Demonstrations

Demonstrations, although illegal in Saudi Arabia, have been occurring more frequently since 2011 and have the potential to suddenly turn violent. They can also lead to significant disruptions to traffic and public transportation. Avoid all demonstrations and large gatherings, follow the advice of local authorities and monitor local media.

Crime

The crime rate is low. Petty crime, such as pickpocketing and purse snatching, occurs, especially in crowded areas and at holy sites. To reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim, do not show signs of affluence and ensure that your personal belongings and passports and other travel documents are secure at all times.

Women’s safety

Assaults against foreign women have occurred recently. Consult our publication entitled Her Own Way: A Woman’s Safe-Travel Guide for travel safety information for Canadian women.

Consult Laws & Culture for more information.

Road travel

Saudi Arabia is one of the most dangerous places to drive because of poor driving habits, a complete disregard for traffic laws and road markings, and excessive speed—which are all common causes of accidents. Only use pre-arranged, licensed taxis. Avoid shared or service taxis.

If you are involved in an accident, do not disturb the scene until the traffic patrol arrives, do not make any financial arrangement with the other drivers and immediately contact your visa sponsor and the Canadian Embassy in Riyadh or the Consulate of Canada in Jeddah. In a traffic accident resulting in personal injury, regardless of fault, drivers may be held for several days until responsibility is determined and restitution is made. If severe injuries or death occur, compensation must be paid to the family for the injuries or loss of life.

Some Saudi cities have implemented an automated traffic ticketing system. All fines issued through this system must be paid before leaving the country. Payment can be made at the airport during regular Saudi office hours.

Do not drive off-road unless you are in a convoy of four-wheel-drive vehicles and with an experienced guide. Ensure you are well prepared with a sufficient supply of gasoline, water and food, and a cell phone. Leave your travel itinerary with a relative or friend.

Sea travel

Exercise caution if travelling by sea, including for recreational purposes, in the Persian Gulf, particularly around the disputed islands of Abu Musa and Tunbs. Iran and the United Arab Emirates each claim sovereignty over the islands.

Pirate attacks occur in coastal waters and, in some cases, farther out at sea. Mariners should take appropriate precautions. For additional information, consult the Live Piracy Report published by the International Chamber of Commerce.

Air travel

See Transportation Safety in order to verify if national airlines meet safety standards.

General safety information

Carry identification documents, including your residency permit (iqama), at all times. Leave your passport in a safe place and carry a photocopy for identification purposes.

If you are stopped by the Mutawa (Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice); consult the Laws & Culture tab for more information), offer to accompany them to the nearest police station and do not hand over identification documents. Inform your sponsors if the police retain your documents.

Emergency services

Dial 999 for police, 998 for firefighters and 997 for an ambulance.

Address Format

RECIPIENT
[BUILDING]
[SUBBUILDING]
[HOUSE_NUMBER] STREET_NAME
LOCALITY POSTALCODE
SAUDI ARABIA

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Mr. Mohammad S. Ali
8228 King Abdulaziz Road
Riyadh 12643 – 2121
SAUDI ARABIA

Summary

Saudi Arabia GDP Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
GDP 745.27 733.96 745.27 4.19 USD Billion
GDP Growth Rate 2.00 2.40 27.49 -11.10 percent
GDP Annual Growth Rate 2.00 2.40 27.49 -11.10 percent
GDP Constant Prices 622598.00 604170.00 622598.00 285706.00 SAR Million
GDP per capita 18033.69 17706.11 22109.70 9495.18 USD
Gross Fixed Capital Formation 182749.00 158413.00 182749.00 101572.00 SAR Million
GDP per capita PPP 52067.97 51122.16 52067.97 34442.84 USD
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