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Gulf Arab states' need to maintain social and political stability may come with a cost to the private sector, Moody's Investor Service said.Regional governments won't be able to adequately accommodate the rapidly growing number of job-seekers in the Gulf, forcing the private sector to absorb much of the burden, Moody's said in a research report. The private sector is already feeling the pinch.The challenge is highest for Saudi Arabia, which has to create at least 1.5 million jobs for nationals over the next 20 years, it said.
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