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Press Dossier   By Date  24/01/2023
How corporate tax supports 350,000 SMEs in UAE
The corporate tax regime is specifically designed to support small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) so that they can continue to thrive and drive the country’s growth in years to come, says a government official.
UAE's economic indicators strong despite global slowdown, says top official
The UAE’s, especially Dubai, all economic sectors are growing strong amid slowdown in global economy, said a senior official on Monday.
IPO market for UAE, region looking strong, say experts
The IPO pipeline is looking strong for 2023 as well following a large number of companies going public last year, industry executives said on Monday.
Dubai realty stands out with a double-digit price surge
Resisting the pressures of rising interest rates and inflation with two straight years of turbo-charged growth, Dubai remains a standout global property marketplace, having recorded a double-digit price surge for 2022, according to Property Monitor.
Saudi Aramco talks sustainable development at Real Estate Future Forum in Riyadh
Saudi Aramco highlighted its experience with sustainable development during the second edition of the Real Estate Future Forum in Riyadh, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Real Estate Future Forum kicks off with $2.7bn worth of deals signed
Real estate deals worth more than SR10 billion ($2.66 billion) were signed on the opening day of an industry gathering in Saudi Arabia.
UAE-Israel trade hits record high to reach $2.56bn in 2022
Bilateral trade between the UAE and Israel more than doubled in 2022 after the countries signed a free trade agreement in May to reduce tariffs on the majority of goods.
Egypt signs $1.5bn financing agreement with ITFC
Egypt has signed a $1.5 billion financing agreement with the International Islamic Trade Finance Corp. to fund its trading, including imports of energy products and essential commodities, CNBC Arabia wrote on Twitter, citing the head of the corporation.
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