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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - JEDDAH — Algeria has decided to deport the country head of Qatar’s telecommunications company Ooredoo for sacking 900 Algerian workers, according to media reports.
Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun has ordered the immediate deportation of the Ooredoo head, Algerian channel An-Nahar claimed on its Twitter feed.
The Algerian president’s decision came in response to an appeal made to him by the Ooredoo workers union, especially since the latter does not suffer from any financial problems and is still making profits in Algeria.
According to the newspaper, “An-Nahar”, the company’s policy was aimed at reducing the workforce, only Algerian employees, while the company maintains the positions of foreign employees, despite the fact that their wages drain large amounts of money in hard currency.
The newspaper reported that a specialized group of security services had taken Ooredoo’s general manager from his office and escorted him to the airport for deportation.
Ooredoo QSC is an international company headquartered in Doha, Qatar. Its international chairman is Sheikh Abdulla Bin Mohammed Al-Thani, Al Arabiya English reported. — Agencies
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