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Saudi Arabia: GAZT Issue Draft VAT Law
Cyrille Naffah and John Peacock […]
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates
Speaker at business forum organised by Turkish Ministry of Economy and Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) as TIMAKADEMI.
Held in Adana, Turkey on 1 June 2016.
Topic: Doing business in Saudi Arabia
Speaker: Cyrille Naffah, Senior Associate
The topics of discussion were:
Current economic relationships between Turkey and Saudi […]
Speaker at a corporate seminar in Prague.
Hosted by CZECH Gulf business council in cooperation with the Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic, held in Prague, on 15 April 2016.
Topic: Legal business conditions in the United Arab Emirates and in the Saudi Arabia
Presenter: Lara Barbary […]
On November 9th 2015 the Saudi Cabinet approved the text of the new Company Law, a move warmly welcomed by both the business and legal communities. The long-awaited piece of legislation (the previous Company Law had been enacted by Royal Decree No. M/6 dated 22/3 […]
In an attempt to address recent criticisms targeted at its complex and time-consuming registration procedures and in order to attract significant foreign investments, perceived as a means of counterbalancing a decrease in oil prices and deficit in budgets, the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (“SAGIA”), has embarked […]
The Saudi General Investment Authority (SAGIA) and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI) have recently announced that they were preparing joint studies to implement the directives of King Salman, following his latest visit to the US, aimed at allowing US and other foreign investors to fully own […]
A review of the legal and regulatory framework governing the licensing and importation of telecoms equipment in Saudi Arabia.
The telecommunications sector is a vital component of any economy and has gained further significance in this digital era where commercial and financial transactions of all sorts rely primarily […]
Cyrille Naffah, senior associate at the Saudi office of Bin Shabib & Associates, reports on a Saudi Arabian resolution to establish a new commercial arbitration centre in Riyadh that will oversee the activities of all arbitration providers in the kingdom and their compliance with its new arbitration law […]