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Al Tamimi & Company, has confirmed its participation at the third UAE – Korea Economic Partnership Forum which will be held in Seoul from 27-28 May, 2013.
The forum is being held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and has the full support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economy, the Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce and Industry, the Department of Economic Development and the Dubai FDI.
Al Tamimi & Company will be the only law firm from the UAE exhibiting at the forum which will aim to further develop the economic partnership the UAE has with South Korea.
Mr Husam Hourani, Managing Partner is delighted that the firm is joining with the Government to promote the investment opportunities between the two countries.
Hourani stated, “Over the past two years, we have seen more and more Korean companies seeking to do business in the Middle East. We have worked with a number of high profile Korean companies and assisted them to set-up in the region according to their business model and strategy and with their ongoing business and operations.
“Doing business in any country outside of your own can be challenging and as a full service law firm, we are perfectly positioned to advise clients from the outset with regards to their corporate structure and then we are there to assist them with the ongoing development of their business.”
“The number of companies we are assisting in setting up in the UAE is an indication of the positive business environment that the UAE and the other countries in the Middle East are providing to companies seeking to do business in the region” he added.
The forum will include a trade exhibition that will feature meetings and discussions between businessmen and major Korean companies in addition to a number of investors. The exhibition is expected to attract companies from different sectors including IT, Manufacturing, Tourism, Healthcare, Power, Finance, Aviation, Construction and Real Estate