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Eptalex SAL
A detailed look at the new PPP law and the impact it will have on the growth and development of the country.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
With over 200 nationalities, the UAE is a country diverse in culture and ethnicities.
Hamdan AlShamsi Lawyers & Legal Consultants
According to the P3 Law, both a government entity or a private company may propose partnership projects.
Allen & Overy LLP
Dubai has joined the growing list of governments with a Public Private Partnership (PPP) specific law. The new law is more significant as a welcome sign of intent rather than anything game-changing at this stage.
Squire Patton Boggs
Public Private Partnerships, or PPPs, are essentially partnerships between government and the independent private sector, pursuant to which delivery of a public service is transferred...
STA Law Firm
The JAFZA is globally renowned for its business friendly corporate environment that is deep-rooted in international trade practices and corporate governance structures.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Offsets aim to create long-term projects that diversify and support strategic economic sectors so as to optimize a state's national capabilities.
Clyde & Co
In early February, the UAE announced a major government shake-up to prepare the UAE for the future.
Dentons
the Government of Dubai issued a new law (Law No.22 of 2015) creating the legal framework for greater collaboration and contractual partnership between the public and private sectors.
Clyde & Co
The publication on 20 September of Dubai's new PPP law (Law No.22 of 2015) is significant because it signals a clear statement of Dubai's intent to use private sector finance and expertise to help meet its future infrastructure needs.
Clyde & Co
Given the current situation in Libya, consultants, contractors and developers of infrastructure projects should continue to focus their attention on future opportunities in the country.
Clyde & Co
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, has issued on 11 February 2013 a federal decree bearing no. 15 of 2013 establishing a new financial free zone in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Hadef & Partners
In Middle Eastern jurisdictions, contracts concluded by the governments are subject to a particular regulatory framework, both in terms of governing law and dispute resolution.
Clyde & Co
The recent civil unrest in certain countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, will inevitably lead to close scrutiny of relevant provisions in project documentation, whether a contractor, developer, lender or Governmental party.
Al Tamimi & Company
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) first introduced a collective investment funds regime for the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in 2006.
Holland & Knight
One of the areas of greatest uncertainty for foreign investors seeking to do business in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the commercial agency arrangement.
Ali Al Aidarous, International Legal Practice
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has ordered a complete separation of the Dubai Public Prosecution Department and the Dubai Courts Department.
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