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Over recent weeks, China has eased restrictions on movement and introduced multiple directives to guide the general public and private sector employers as they return to sustainable and efficient operations.
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The pandemic, coupled with the oil crisis have inevitably forced MENA countries to slash their budgets.
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Critical skills and sectors Australia has strict border measures in place to protect the health of the Australian community. Very limited flights are currently available to and from Australia. If you are granted a travel exemption, you may not be able to travel at this time. Travel restrictions are subject to change. Please check back regularly. See: National Cabinet media statement.
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Banking & Finance Update: New Movable Security Law
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This article first appeared on the website of the Corporate and M&A Law Committee of the Legal Practice Division of the International Bar Association (here), and is reproduced by kind permission of the International Bar Association, London, UK. © International Bar Association.
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Ridding themselves of bad seeds, the Stans seem to see light at the end of the tunnel and try to find balance on the waves.
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CGA Bulletin - Aug 2020
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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.
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Tuscany – Visas for investors and entrepreneurs
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Reverberations that bounced around critical circles following the publication of the Financial Action Task Force (‘FATF’) Mutual Evaluation Report (‘Report’) on the United Arab Emirates’ (‘UAE’) sounded clear alarm bells for proponents of the UAE’s legal system. Despite the actions of the authorities and stakeholders to intensify the national Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing (‘AML/CTF’) framework, critics of the UAE were...