The New UAE Bankruptcy Law creates a new system of "life support" for businesses experiencing financial difficulties. The law will encourage foreign investment and instil confidence in the international markets that the UAE continues t
The UAE President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued federal law decrees pertaining to bankruptcy, the state news agency Wam said.
The new law will come into effect three months from its publication in the
Qatar-based Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) recently concluded a training course entitled “Common industrial regulatory law in the GCC countries”, which was held at its headquarters in Doha, Qatar.
The UAE cabinet has adopted the final draft of the federal law on bankruptcy which allows companies and individuals to restructure their debt while avoiding bankruptcy liquidation.
The bankruptcy law is one of the most important f
The UAE may finalise a long-pending bankruptcy law by the end of this year, the economy minister said on Wednesday, a move that could help smaller companies in particular as the economy slows because of low oil prices.
Pakistan has adopted a much-criticised cyber security law that grants sweeping powers to regulators to block private information they deem illegal.
The National Assembly approved the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2015 late
UAE's Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has unveiled the amendments to expatriates medical examination law.
Dr Hussein Abdul Rahman Rand, Assistant Undersecretary, MOHAP, presided over the press con
Qatar aims to enact a law covering the use of public-private partnerships (PPPs) by the end of 2016, as part of efforts to boost its fledgling private sector and ease the strain on government finances caused by low oil prices.
Bahrain’s King has ratified a law approving Bahrain’s joining the “Convention on prohibitions or restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons deemed to be excessively injurious or to have an indiscriminate effect,&
China passed a controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday that requires technology firms to help decrypt information, but not install security "backdoors" as initially planned, and allows the military to venture overseas on