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  • 12 Jan 2016Bahrain

    Al Rroya, 12 January 2016: Egypt’s Central Bank has approved a set of new procedures aimed at stabilising the banking sector in the country and encouraging banks to expand their lending.

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  • 04 Jul 2016Jordan

    Ad Dustour, 4 July 2016: The Jordanian Labour Ministry has issued a warning against requesting employees or workers to work during the Eid holiday without paying them overtime.

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  • 27 Jun 2014Jordan

    Ad Dustour, 23 June 2014: The Jordanian government has signed a Eurobond agreement with the US which will allow the Kingdom to issue Eurobonds on the international market.

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  • 05 May 2016Saudi Arabia

    Alhayat, 3 May 2016: Saudi Arabia’s Justice Minister has issued directives requesting relevant departments issue a copy of the marriage certificate to women so as they are aware of their rights and the conditions of the marriage contract.

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  • 21 Apr 2016Kuwait

    Alanba, 20 April 2016: Kuwait’s Social Affairs and Development Minister, Hind Alsubaih has announced the work permit fees will be increased.

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  • 03 Jun 2014Egypt

    Alwafd, 2 June 2014: A spokesperson for Egypt’s Finance Ministry, Ayman Alqaffas has announced local newspaper reports suggesting the Ministry has issued directives to the country’s Central Bank to impose a cap of 30,000 Egyptian Pounds on withdrawals is false.

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  • 02 Apr 2013Egypt

    Al Ahram, 2 April 2013: Egypt’s Customs Department has proposed a draft customs law to impose new penalties on smugglers operating in the country.

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  • 10 Dec 2015Egypt

    Masrday, 9 December 2015: The Chairman of Egypt’s Financial Supervisory Authority, Sharif Sami, has confirmed the Authority is going to implement the Sukuk Law in an attempt to invigorate the country’s bond market.

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