Both sides are in fact due to decide by the end of June (deadline is July 1st) whether the current deadline for negotiating an agreement should be extended beyond the end of December.
For the time being, little has changed.
Once again, Kelmer Middle East LLC has been awarded Best International Business Consultants of the Year 2020. We have been in the United Arab Emirates for 12 years and we proudly support entrepreneurs that want to set up their business in the United Arab Emirates. We assist them with their international ventures, bureaucratic, administrative and fiscal issues, from start-up to the day-to-day operations.
In May 2019 Kelmer Middle East signed a joint venture with Abdul Rahman Al Sharhan Advocates and Legal Consultants to form Kelmer Abdul Rahman Al Sharhan Advocates & Legal Consultants. In an effort to provide our clients with an all-round service, the firm now offers clients legal services that are compliant with the UAE law.
Our experts in Dublin put together a summary of the most important measures offered by each country during COVID19 situation, these are subject to continuous changes as the countries keep updating them due to the extraordinary moment
The hospitality industry has faced unprecedented disruption over the last two decades: now, the spread of Coronavirus around the world has brought the worldwide tourism industry to a sudden freeze.
Abstract from the Decree Issued by : United Arab Emirates Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratization
Ministerial Resolution No. (279) of 2020
Issued on and effective from : 26.03.2020
Regarding the stability of employment in private sector companies during the period of applying precautionary measures to contain the spread of the Novel Corona Virus.
The provisions of this resolution are only applicable to expatriate employees and during the period of applying the above-mentioned precautionary procedures.
As at 1st of April 2020, The Vietnam’s Ministry of Health confirmed a total of 207 cases of COVID-19 and 56 of the affected patients have recovered. Hanoi is the most contagious place with 86 confirmed cases, Ho Chi Minh City is following with 49 confirmed cases.
Since February, the Vietnamese government has issued the quarantine policies and restrictions to limit the spread of the virus.
As at 31st of March 2020, Australia’s death toll stands at 19, after a second person died in Tasmania. An elderly man died at Royal Hobart Hospital overnight. As of 6.30am today, there were 4359 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia, up from 266 yesterday. More than 230,000 tests have been conducted across Australia.
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