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  • Beyond the Basics: Proposed Changes to the Telecoms Licensing Regime in Saudi Arabia

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaIndustries: TelecommunicationsInformation Technology
    Saudi Arabia’s Communications and Information Technology Commission (‘CITC’) is responsible for regulating the information and communications technology sector in the Kingdom. In the March 2019 Law Update article ‘An Overview of Telecoms Licensing in Saudi Arabia’ we provided an overview of the Saudi telecoms licensing regime.
  • New Country Views Egypt: A report card after the IMF

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: EgyptSaudi ArabiaIndustries: All
    New Country Views Egypt: A report card after the IMF
  • August MENA Monthly: Geopolitical tensions linger

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaIndustries: Banking & Finance
    Saudi Arabia’s non-oil exports will continue to be affected by global economic developments, including the US/China trade dispute.
  • Saudi Arabia: A report card on Vision 2030

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: JordanSaudi ArabiaIndustries: All
    Since its launch in April 2016, Vision 2030 has had a mixed record of achieving its ambitious goals. Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (MBS) has been able to launch some aspects of the agenda, such as cultural and social reforms, with dizzying spread and little resistance.
  • M&A Report (July 2019)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: CanadaSwitzerland...Industries: Minerals & ResourcesClean Energy...
    M&A Report (July 2019)
  • Saudi Payments to seek strategic investor in 18 months, VP says

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaIndustries: Banking & FinanceInformation Technology
    State-controlled Saudi Payments is undergoing a restructuring plan that would lead to a full privatisation within 18 months from now, according to Vice President Ziyad AlEisa.
  • Saudi Arabia Update: AHAB Bankruptcy Update

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaServices: Legal
    Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi and Brothers (AHAB), a large diversified family owned Saudi business group, recently filed for financial restructuring under Chapter 4 of Saudi Arabia’s new Bankruptcy Law.
  • Saudi: Continuing structural reforms

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaIndustries: Oil & Gas
    Aramco’s trading unit started doing deals earlier this month at its new office in the UAE port of Fujairah. The new Fujairah office is part of a global push into new markets to secure buyers for oil products as well as crude. It already has a Singapore branch, plans to open an office in Europe and has started trading LNG.
  • Saudi Arabia Transfer Pricing Bylaws: Key Questions Answered

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaServices: Tax
    The transfer pricing regulations now effective in Saudi Arabia are a significant tax development and introduce new compliance requirements related to transfer pricing documentation and Country-by-Country (‘CbC’) reporting.
  • Saudi Arabia boosts its LNG clout

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: Saudi ArabiaIndustries: Oil & Gas
    Saudi Aramco has moved closer to its first international LNG investment, agreeing to buy 25% of the Sempra LNG export project at Port Arthur, Texas. It will offtake 5 million tonnes per year, 45% of the first phase output. It has previously held discussions to buy 10% of Russia’s Arctic-2 LNG project, and in April started to trade LNG, delivering its first cargo, to India.
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