Transport, Energy & Revolving Synergy

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Enforcement of Competition Rules in the Middle East

by Omar Obeidat / Khaled Attia / Frank Lucente / Christopher Webb / Arif Mawany

In this piece we address how different the Competition authorities are in the Middle East and highlight those authorities upping their game in enforcement of the competition laws looking at practically how serious the penalties they impose.

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Copyright in Saudi Arabia

by Rasha Al Ardah / Saleh Al Hebshi

In recent years, Saudi has witnessed significant development in the creative industry, whether it is in art, music, gaming, production, software and many other aspects. There are a number of authorities that were created to cater for the development of the creative industry.

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Transfer Pricing in the UAE – What should businesses expect?

by Shiraz Khan / Ioannis Nanos

With the introduction of the corporate income tax from 1 June 2023, transfer pricing (“TP”) rules will be in place in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) for the first time. In this article we will discuss key features of the expected UAE TP legislation and how business can prepare.

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Corporate migration and re-domiciliation to the UAE

by Sherif Rahman / Nazanin Maghsoudlou / Shaima Mahmoud

Re-domiciliation is the process of migrating a corporate entity from one jurisdiction to another. This is increasingly popular in the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) and in particular in the emirate of Dubai. This article explains if inwards re-domiciliation from outside the UAE into certain Free Zones (“FZs”) of the UAE is possible.

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The Egyptian Agenda for Sustainable Development and Fighting Climate Change

by Muhammad El Haggan

With a focus on Egypt as the COP27 host country, this article will focus on the climate-friendly efforts by the Egyptian Government and provide some insights on Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, the seventh High-Level Champion for Climate Action for COP27.

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Cybersecurity Considerations for Owners and Operators of Critical National Infrastructure in Saudi Arabia

by Zil Ur Rehman / Ayidh Al Kahtani

The Saudi Critical National Infrastructure (“CNI”) sector is subject to heightened cybersecurity controls. The CNI sector comprises of organizations undertaking activities in sensitive industries including energy, banking, utilities, mining, oil & gas, national security and defence amongst others.

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