OMAN: Dozens of angry ex-pat workers are still stranded at a construction camp after four months over job cuts and failure to renew visas – @AceFinanceNews

#AceFinanceNews – Sept.08: Stranded expat workers in legal limbo over job cuts

Dozens of angry workers are stranded in Oman after the company stopped paying wages and failed to renew employment visas.

More than 80 expatriate workers at a construction site near Muscat, including 50 without valid labour cards, have been stranded in their camp without a job, salary or proper food and medical support for the last four months.

Oman is facing a construction crisis due to the oil price dip leading to salary delays and other issues. (File photo for illustrative purposes only)

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