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Press Dossier   By Date  04/02/2023
New UAE law: Dubai residents can now get marriage licences in 24 hours
Non-Muslim couples getting married in Dubai will be able to get their civil wedding licenses in just 24 hours, as part of a new federal decree-law that came into effect on February 1.
UAE law: Dh100,000 fine, jail for refusing to give drug test sample
The Public Prosecution in the UAE has reminded residents of the consequence of refusing to provide samples and specimens for narcotics and psychotropic substances analysis.
New UAE law on civil marriage: Why more expats are tying the knot in Abu Dhabi
With the new Personal Status Law for Non-Muslims coming into effect on February 1, the UAE has streamlined the procedures to acknowledge marriage contracts — making it easier for non-Muslim expats to get married in courts.
Dubai Islamic Bank to sell dollar sustainable sukuk
Dubai Islamic Bank has hired banks to arrange an issuance of US dollar-denominated sustainable sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a bank document showed on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia and France sign cooperation MoU in the field of energy
Saudi Arabia and France have agreed a deal to establish a framework for cooperation in the energy sector, particularly in technologies which tackle climate change, such as carbon capture and hydrogen production.
US Mission expands interview waiver program for Saudis on tourist visa
The US diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia have announced an expansion of the waiver program for Saudi nationals from attending personal interviews to obtain US tourist visas.
Abu Dhabi's Borouge announces $400m cost savings drive; Q4 profit drops
Abu Dhabi's Borouge announced a $400 million cost savings drive on Thursday to navigate inflation and supply chain disruptions, as it reported a 17 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit on pricing compression for polyethylene and polypropylene.
Basra Oil Co. head expects Qatar to take 20-25% stake in TotalEnergies’ Iraq project
The head of Iraq's Basra Oil Co. told Reuters on Wednesday that he expects Qatar to acquire a 20-25 percent stake in TotalEnergies' $27 billion cluster of energy projects in the country, with the Baghdad government aiming to hold around 40 percent.
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