27.08.2010 - Saudi chain removes female cashiers
From Qatar-tribune.com: Riyadh One of Saudi Arabia’s largest supermarket chains has reversed a decision to employ female cashiers, in a religious dispute which saw the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud issue a reprimand on Thursday to a conservative scholar. Facing pressure from strict religious groups, the Panda group, owned mostly by Saudi Prince Walid bin Talal, said it would not continue to employ the 11 women..............................................Full Article: Source
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