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UAE Cabinet Resolution - An End To 51% Local Ownership?
Last night, the UAE Cabinet announced that it has passed a resolution to relax the onshore foreign ownership restrictions in order to spur economic growth in the UAE.
United Arab Emirates
22 May 2018
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UAE Issues New VAT Law: What You Should Prepare For
The UAE government has now issued the Law required for the local implementation of Value Added Tax (VAT) in the United Arab Emirates.
United Arab Emirates
5 Sep 2017
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Cabinet Issues Market Share Thresholds
The UAE Cabinet has issued resolutions setting out the relevant percentage thresholds applicable under the Competition Law.
United Arab Emirates
20 Sep 2016
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Ministry Of Economy Clarifies The Application Of The UAE Commercial Companies Law To LLCs
Since the new UAE Commercial Companies Law came into effect on 1 July 2015, there has been much market commentary on the application of the Law to Limited Liability Companies (LLCs).
United Arab Emirates
6 Jun 2016
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Dubai Creative Clusters Takes Off
The Dubai Technology & Media Free Zone is a Free Zone in Dubai comprised of a number of well-known business parks including Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, Dubai Design District, Knowledge Village and various others.
United Arab Emirates
22 Jun 2015
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New UAE Commercial Companies Law Published In Official Gazette
As widely reported, the UAE government announced on 1 April 2015 that the new UAE Commercial Companies Law (Federal Law No. 2 of 2015) had been passed into law.
United Arab Emirates
24 Apr 2015
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Stop Press: Impact Of The New UAE Companies Law On Foreign Investment
The issue of the new Commercial Companies Law, Federal Law No. 2 of 2015, was announced by the UAE Government on 1 April 2015 and will come into effect three months after the date of publication...
UK
16 Apr 2015
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The Licensing Landscape For Contractors And Consultants In The UAE, Qatar And Saudi Arabia
In recent years the construction sector has seen a return to growth in the Middle East and this has led to renewed interest in the licensing regime in the region for contractors and consultants/engineers.
United Arab Emirates
13 Jan 2015
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