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Press Dossier   By Date  02/01/2023
UAE law: Can employer object or decide when and how I can take annual leave?
Question: I want to split my annual leave and visit my family in my home country every 3-4 months. But the employer insists on taking leave in one go during summer when business activity has slowed down. Can my employer force me to decide when and how much leave I should take? Please guide.
UAE law: Can employers ask their employees to pay for the visa cost?
Question: I have been offered a job in a restaurant in Dubai. The restaurant owner is asking me to pay for the visa cost. Kindly explain whether the employer or employee pays the visa cost.
Up to Dh500,000 fine: UAE Public Prosecution warns residents against swearing at public employees
The UAE Public Prosecution has reminded residents that swearing at a public employee will be penalised.
Oman ratifies its 2023 budget
Oman’s Sultan ratified a 2023 budget with a deficit of 1.3 billion Omani rials ($3.38 billion) or 3 percent of GDP, the finance ministry said on Sunday, adding that the 2022 budget achieved a surplus of 1.146 rials.
Spreading wings to beat the global financial turbulence
Saudi Arabia has become an attractive and growing market riding on the back of its remarkable oil-led economic growth and its exemplary focus on the targets of its Vision 2030, positioning itself as one of the world’s leading investment destinations.
Saudi Arabia’s stock market begins 2023 on a positive note
Saudi Arabia’s stock market rose on Sunday, starting 2023 on a positive note in line with the country’s economic forecast, while region’s other major markets were closed and many investors absent because of year-end holidays.
UAE and Saudi Arabia provide 76.4% of Japan’s crude oil needs in November
More than three quarters of Japan’s oil imports in November (76.4 percent) came from the UAE and Saudi Arabia, with rates of 41.5 percent (32.1 million barrels) and 36.3 percent (28.16 million barrels), respectively, according to data from the Japanese Energy Agency on Friday.
Over 60 top officials resign
More than 60 senior government bureaucrats have resigned in the past six weeks, mostly to avail lucrative financial benefits, leaving most ministries searching for new leaders.
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