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Press Dossier   By Date  14/03/2023
Entry, residency, work permits: 10 new e-services now available on one-stop UAE govt portal
Abu Dhabi has announced that its unified services system, TAMM, now hosts its first batch of services. A number of Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) services have been added to the ecosystem, making it the first federal entity to provide its services through TAMM.
UAE: Is it illegal to use VPNs to make free calls?
Question: I am reaching out to you as I am seeing many contradictory reports about my query. Are free calling apps allowed in the UAE? Am I allowed to use VPN for free calling apps?
Saudi FM to Asharq Al-Awsat: Agreement with Iran sign of joint will to resolve disputes through dialogue
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah said the Saudi-Iranian agreement to restore diplomatic relations underscores the joint desire by both sides to “resolve disputes through communication and dialogue.”
Saudi Arabia and South Korea deepen trade and economic ties with 10 MoUs
Saudi Arabia and South Korea reviewed ways to enhance cooperation in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation, as the Kingdom’s Minister of Investment Khalid Al-Falih met with the east Asian country's Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises and Startups Lee Young in Riyadh.
Closing Bell: Saudi bourse slips for the second day in a row, falls 79 points
Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul All Share Index fell 78.73 points — or 0.76 percent — to close at 10,305.02 on Monday, extending Sunday’s 79.36 points loss.
Saudi banking sector sees profit surge: Boston Consulting Group
Saudi Arabia’s banking sector boomed in 2022 on the back of potent revenue growth and is set for further gains, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
Eight Kuwaiti banks confirm no exposure to SVB collapse
Eight Kuwaiti banks listed on Boursa Kuwait confirmed Monday they are not exposed to Silicon Valley Bank, which was closed by the US authorities after it collapsed last week.
Driving license, inspection rules to be toughened
The traffic department at the interior ministry is preparing new regulations for granting expatriates driving licenses, which will be submitted to the interior minister after the formation of the new government for approval.
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