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Press Dossier   By Date  09/03/2023
Renting in Sharjah? New card replaces documents for contract attestation
The Sharjah Municipality on Thursday started issuing the new lessor's cards, which replace a number of documents that landlords and tenants are required to submit for contract attestation.
Dh50,000 fine in UAE: New penalty announced for violators of mountaineering rules
A fine of Dh50,000 will be imposed on anyone who violates mountaineering regulations and causes danger to lives of others, according to a decision taken by the Fujairah Adventure Center (FAC).
NEOM signs deal to help revolutionize sustainable food
As land loss and soil erosion have threatened harvests across the globe for decades, Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of reshaping sustainable food culture for generations to come.
Saudi Arabia’s Industrial Production Index rises 6.8% in January
Saudi Arabia’s Industrial Production Index rose 6.8 percent year-on-year in January, driven by high production in mining and quarrying, and manufacturing activities, according to the latest report released by the General Authority for Statistics.
NEOM signs deal with Marriott International to open three hotels by 2024
Saudi Arabia’s $500 billion giga-project NEOM has signed an agreement with Marriott International Inc. to open three hotels in Sindalah, NEOM’s first luxury island.
Qatar Airways eyes rapid growth as travel demand rebounds
Qatar Airways announced plans for rapid growth on Tuesday, as the travel industry recovers from the pandemic.
Long-term sovereign sukuk issuance will settle at $80bn: Moody’s
Improved fiscal positions of energy-exporting issuers like Saudi Arabia will help stabilize long-term sovereign sukuk issuance at around $80 billion in 2023 and $80-$85 billion in 2024, according to credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service.
Expats over 60 years allowed to transfer to private sector
The Public Manpower Authority (PAM) on Wednesday amended rules governing expats who are over 60 and have only a higher secondary degree or lower, allowing them to transfer their residence to the private sector.
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