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Report: Kuwaitization Might Be Constraining the Economy

2018/09/16 | 11:00

(Iraq Now News)- “We sent our kids home today,” said Lissy Antony, fighting back tears that welled up in her eyes as she walked out of Kuwait International Airport’s departure area with her husband Antony Joseph.

For Antony and his wife, parting with their young children Alan and Alena was a traumatic experience.

And for their two children, aged 12 and 10, saying goodbye to the country they considered their home presented a psychological and emotional crisis.

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