Indian migrant workers in GCC countries

  title={Indian migrant workers in GCC countries},
  author={Muhammad Azhar},
  journal={Diaspora Studies},
  pages={100 - 111}
  • M. Azhar
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Diaspora Studies
India and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have age old relations. Indians and people from these countries have frequently travelled to each other’s countries for trade as well as other activities. Indians have been traced in GCC countries for a long time. Indians going to those countries for business, work and other purposes have been a very old phenomenon. Even in pre-oil era, thousands of Indians went to earn a livelihood in GCC countries and many of them settled there forever… Expand
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