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Doing Business in UAE_Business & Commerce
SECTION - DOING BUSINESS IN UAE
Business & Commerce
 
Establishing Business
The formation of joint participations must be between two or more partners who agree to share the profits and losses of one or more commercial businesses operating in the UAE.
 
Establishing a Representative Office (Branch)
Foreign companies are permitted to establish wholly owned branches and representative offices in the UAE, provided that a UAE national is appointed as a local agent.
 
UAE Free Zones
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ) is one of the most leading economic zones in the region and represents the most cost effective hub for investors to operate in the emerging markets.
 
 
UAE Chamber of Commerce
In order to establish a business that sells products or services freely throughout the UAE, at least 51 percent of the business must be owned by a UAE national.
 
 
 
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Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
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