We are offering a range of consultancy and management services with an emphasis on corporate and commercial matters. We regularly counsel individual and corporate clients (small and medium sized companies up to multinational corporations) and assist them in setting up a presence in UAE or with the fine-tuning of their company structure, shareholder agreements and reviewing general contracts.
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has one of the most open economies in the world. This tradition of welcoming business and trade goes back to early Gulf history, when ships sailed to India and along the coast of East Africa as far south as Mozambique. The UAE continues to be a strategic hub, with business-friendly free zones and a quickly growing economy. The country has experienced significant economic growth.
The UAE launched a diversification and liberalization program to reduce reliance on oil and transform its economy from a conventional, labor-intensive economy to one based on knowledge, technology and skilled labor. The federal and individual Emirate governments have invested heavily in sectors such as aluminum production, tourism, aviation, re-export commerce and telecommunications.
Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030 and Dubai’s Strategic Plan 2015 are leading the drive towards diversification. The strategy is to increase investment in industrial and other export-oriented sectors, including heavy industry, transport, petrochemicals, tourism, information technology, telecommunications, renewable energy, aviation and space, and oil and gas services. Much has already been achieved in these fields, especially in satellite and telecommunications, the aviation sector and in renewable energy, and although short-term priorities have been altered to accommodate changing realities, the long-term strategy remains the same. At the federal level, the UAE is pursuing its 2021 Vision which aims to place innovation, research, science and technology at the centre of a knowledge-based, highly productive and competitive economy by the time of the federation’s golden jubilee in 2021.