Policy will contribute to food security and economic growth for the UAE by producing safe and high-quality seafood products
Earlier it was scheduled to start from June 1, 2019
President Michel Aoun said Lebanon’s laws were being applied “firmly and accurately, as witnessed by international financial institutions.”
A consultancy firm working on the project outlined the scheme
Kuwaiti MP says it is not clear which govt body is responsible for crisis management
Under the provisions of the law, fines up to SR5,000 will be slapped on the violators of the law
The bankruptcy filing was seen as a key test of Saudi Arabia's new law for handling insolvency disputes
Social security services are optional in terms of pensions for Saudi nationals who are self-employed or in partnership with others in commercial, industrial, agricultural or service activities
This will enable employers in the private sector to submit electronically contracts of their employees to the ministry as well as to update information
Expats can now take their labour grievances to a dedicated 'Reconciliation Committee'
With the Fed on hold, currencies stabilising and favourable oil price base effects, emerging central banks should not have to tighten monetary policy much this year – unlike in 2018.
Existing 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods has been increased to 25 percent.
Markets cautious over fears of U.S. extending trade dispute to European Union
The UAE's financial firms face tightened corporate governance from hands-on regulators