The United Arab Emirates is a collection of seven emirates, with Abu Dhabi being the capital. It is also the biggest emirate in UAE, and contributes nearly two thirds of the UAE’s economy. Careful planning and stringent laws transformed Abu Dhabi into a financial hub, with adequately capitalized banks and a lot of good sovereign wealth funds.
Introduction The past year 2016 have not been an exciting year for Indian Mergers & Amalgamations (M & A) market with the investors acting cautiously because of uncertainty in the new Foreign Direct Investment norms and other tax reforms in the country. The first three quarters of the year 2016 have been very slow for […]
Cross-border mergers and acquisitions are a steady trend in today’s business world. It is all because of globalization, that has brought all the countries in the world closer as a single entity to make their businesses compete in the global markets. Cross-border mergers and acquisition has now become the fundamental characteristic of a global business […]
The different type of entity set up in Jordan is governed by the Companies Law of 1997 [Law No. 22 of 1997. And it amendments As of the Official Gazette No. 57 dated 1/11/2006]. Basically, it includes Jordanian entities holding a Jordanian nationality, foreign entities having the nationality of the parent company. Also, the Foreign […]
Introduction The sultanate of Oman has enacted a new pharmacy law to regulate the pharmacy practices in Oman in March, 2015. The royal decree 35 of 2015 promulgates the “Pharmacy Law” repealing royal decree 41 of 1996 making significant amendments regarding foreign investments in Pharmacy sections. This article aims to highlight major provision of new […]