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The European Court of Justice’s recent “Schrems II” decision (case C-311/18) has attracted a lot of attention in data protection circles. One of the key outcomes of the decision is that it removes one of the grounds upon which European entities could legitimately transfer personal data to certain entities in the United States.
Starting from July 9 and at least until July 14, entry into Italy from one of the following countries is absolutely not allowed: Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Kuwait, North Macedonia, Moldova, Oman, Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic. Individuals who have travelled or stayed in one of these countries in the 14 days preceding the intended entry date in Italy are banned from entering the country.
In January 2020, Kuwait’s Ministry of Health (“MOH”) issued Ministerial Decree No. 361 of 2019 (“Decree”) regarding the registration of pharmaceuticals. The Decree supplements the pharmacy laws and provides an update to the various MOH decrees regarding the registration of pharmaceutical products.
In General, Law No. 68 of 1980 of Kuwait (the ‘Commercial Law’) states that a foreign entity cannot conduct business activities in Kuwait except through the use of a Kuwaiti agent or by participating in the ownership of a separate Kuwaiti legal entity.
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Our quarterly regional theme to be published in full on 20 December analyses trade and investment relations between the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) and Turkey. It highlights the inroads Turkey has been making into MENA economically since 2002, while also noting recent rifts between the two sides.