Mishcon International: Middle East
The Middle East. Spanning two continents, the cultural, political and economic significance of the region resonates through our shared global history. Read more
It might look like a security issue, but the laptop ban on flights to the US from some destinations in the Middle East has inflamed an increasingly bitter trade dispute.
This episode of the podcast supported by Mishcon de Reya features Mostafa Farahat, who created Nafham, a start-up in Egypt which provide students with online video lessons free of charge.
Kamal Rahman is a Partner in Mishcon Private and is Head of the Immigration Group. Her work covers Investors, exceptional or complex nationality applications, economic citizenship, rights under European law and family related immigration.
Summer feels like it is already here. Given the upcoming electoral calendar the political temperature will also likely rise.
It might only be a procedural step but this week marked another important pre-Brexit negotiations milestone. The Council of Ministers’ General Affairs Council (GAC) formally approved its Brexit “negotiating directives”, the final procedural hurdle ahead of the start of negotiations proper.
In the recently published ‘2017 Edelman Trust Barometer’ the UAE was once again, for the sixth consecutive year, ranked 2nd globally for public trust in its government. It is this trust and confidence that helps the UAE to continue to perform so well across a multitude of industries. This growth is especially evident in Dubai.
While the United Kingdom’s decision to withdraw from the European Union has been capturing the headlines in Europe, there is increasing evidence that the decision is making waves on a global scale. As the value of sterling declines and sell-offs continue on the London Stock Exchange, what sort of impact will be felt in Dubai?