“Great seeing some big progress in countries with the most improved scores this year in the World Bank WBL (Women, Business and the Law) report,” she said, referring to several countries mentioned in the report, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan and Tunisia.
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According to the World Bank’s figures for 2020, Saudi Arabia scored 70.6 out of 100 for progress achieved in the integration of women into the labor market.
The report’s findings also placed the country first among Gulf states, and second in the Arab world for meeting the criteria.
Saudi women in business have lauded the Vision 2030 strategy for being the key driver in helping them to realize their ambitions.
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