With the aim of creating a more investment-friendly Oman, a new Foreign Capital Investment Law (FCIL) recently came into effect, designed to revitalise the regulations and administrative processes that were previously in place.
According to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), as of today, 452 people in Qatar have tested positive for COVID-19. To help slow the spread of the virus, the ministry is working alongside various other governmental bodies, implementing crucial measures and asking residents to play their part in making positive changes for the benefit of all who live in Qatar.
In Qatar, the remit of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) is vast. While the ministry as a whole may be concerned with maintaining “public order and public morals”, while ensuring the “safety and security of the homeland”, your dealings with the MoI are likely to be slightly more run-of-the-mill.
Looking for up-to-date info on exit permits in Qatar, Oman and the UAE? You’ve come to the right place. Here, you can find essential info regarding exit permits and restrictions that may affect you as an expat living and working here in the GCC.
When you start a business, you want it to succeed. Otherwise, why would you bother? But, while you may know what you need to do to set up for success at home, setting up somewhere unfamiliar can be somewhat trickier.
Want to find out more about document attestation in Qatar? This is the place to be. In this post, we will cover all the important info you’ll need to know about the attestation of documents from your home country, so that they can be accepted here in Qatar.
Back in early 2016, Oman introduced its National Program for Enhancing Economic Diversification – also known as Tanfeedh – to help promote economic diversification, while reducing its reliance on the oil and gas industry.