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Press Dossier   By Date  10/01/2023
Protecting workers' legal rights: UAE judicial authorities spread awareness about new labour law
Thousands of workers in Abu Dhabi have been educated about their legal rights in an awareness campaign launched to educate the public about the new labour law.
Dubai rent hike: Can I challenge increase if new rate falls within Rera calculator range?
Question: I received a rent hike notice for my Dubai apartment after just one year of living there. The hike was substantial but falls within the limits of the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (Rera) calculator. Is this legal? Can landlords hike rents substantially in just one year? Can I go to the disputes centre even if the rent is within the Rera calculator?
Compensatory days off in UAE for working on public holidays: What you need to know
Question: I had to work on January 1, 2023, which is an official holiday, with the understanding that I would get a compensatory off. How is this off determined? I ask because previously my compensatory off ‘lapsed’ according to my HR. Can I take it when I please? Is there a period during which I must avail this?
Saudi Arabia to study increasing investments in Pakistan to $10 billion
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has directed to study increasing the Kingdom’s investments in Pakistan to reach $10 billion.
Saudi industrial production index rises 8.6% in November 2022: GASTAT
Saudi Arabia’s Industrial Production Index rose 8.6 percent year-on-year in November 2022, primarily driven by high production in mining and quarrying, and manufacturing activities, according to the latest report from the General Authority for Statistics.
Saudi crown prince adds $50bn Diriyah project to PIF’s portfolio
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund on Monday assumed control of the ambitious $50 billion development at Diriyah, the historic UNESCO World Heritage Site on the outskirts of Riyadh.
Populist laws first litmus test
The National Assembly holds crucial regular sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday with populist demands on top of the agenda, the first litmus test between opposition MPs and the government, described as reformist by lawmakers.
Parliament to vote on city building firms
The Kuwait’s National Assembly will hold ordinary sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday to examine tabled items, most notable of which is second deliberation vote on draft law establishing town-construction companies on state-owned land plots.
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