The final Law Update of 2022 is here, and it’s packed full of articles. The double edition features two focus areas, first is a spotlight on Energy and Resources and second we feature a collection of articles on Transport and Logistics. The developments occurring in these sectors in the MENA region are unprecedented and our lawyers cover vast themes for you.
The Energy and Resources focus features topics such as diversifying energy resources, solar PV, mining in the Middle East, renewable energy and green hydrogen. From a transport perspective, we draw attention to the Bahrain metro project, discuss the challenges and remedies associated with the repossession of an aircraft, and there is advice on what to consider should a party vary the terms of a shipping contract.
This edition navigates you through updates from across jurisdictions such as, Oman, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iraq, Qatar, and the UAE. Each article is timely and provides insights into legal issues and cases that are affecting these sectors across the region.Read the full edition
Al Tamimi & Company, the Middle East’s largest law firm, has produced an expert guide on ‘Doing Business in Dubai’ in conjunction with Jumeirah Group, the global luxury hotel company and member of Dubai Holding. The book, released at a buoyant time for the UAE economy, is aimed at supporting long-term investor confidence and business growth.
Earlier this month, UAE Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri conservatively forecast that the country’s economic growth would reach between 4.5% and 5% in 2014, which is in line with the IMF’s expectations. The Department of Economic Development is predicting that Dubai’s economy will grow by around 4.7% this year, increasing to over 5% in 2015.
The strength of this outlook demonstrates the growth potential and confidence that currently exists in the UAE market, providing opportunities for both regional and international investors. The UAE winning the right to host the 2020 World Expo in Dubai has added to the confident sentiment. Experts predict Dubai will see rising levels of business and investment opportunities as a result.
As part of Al Tamimi’s wider ‘Doing Business’ series of books, this edition specifically addresses the most important questions that companies and individuals face when considering operations in Dubai, including appropriate business structures, activities and employment issues.
Husam Hourani, Managing Partner at Al Tamimi, said: “This is an exciting time for Dubai and the UAE. Confidence has returned and the country’s economic prospects are encouraging. As a result, appetite for investment in the Emirates from local and international investors, and from company executives is rising. To help them make decisions that enable long-term, sustainable growth and success, we have assembled this informative and valuable guide authored by our legal experts operating in this market.”
Gerald Lawless, President and CEO of Jumeirah Group, added: “Dubai is a thriving business destination and its success has inspired people from all over the world to adopt it as their base. Universally recognised as business-friendly and stable, it has quality infrastructure, services and an abundance of talent, all of which reinforce its position as a commercial leader in the GCC. Understanding the unique dynamics of this remarkable city is key to ensuring a successful venture. This book will certainly help both the seasoned corporate executive and the budding entrepreneur navigate the surest path to business growth.”