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Lebanon's Code of Commerce

LEBANON CODE OF COMMERCE LEGISLATIVE DECREE N° 304 OF 24 DECEMBER 1942 (including modifications) The President of the Lebanese Republic, Whereas the proclamation of 26 November 1941, On the proposal of the Minister of Justice, And after approval by... Read More

Bahrain Law of Commerce

Amended by:- Legislative Decree No. (15) of 1991;- Legislative Decree No. (4) of 1992;- Legislative Decree No. (13) of 1993;- Legislative Decree No. (11) of 1998; and- Legislative Decree No. (51) of 2018.As per Legislative Decree no. (51) of 2018... Read More

Port of Beirut Free Zone

Port of Beirut is among the top 10 seaports in the Mediterranean Sea and is considered the gateway to the Middle East. The port was transformed through self-financing from a local port to a regional and a transshipment hub for the region. Click on... Read More

Aden Free Zone

Aden city has gained great attention since the formation of the Republic of Yemen on May 22, 1990. It was officially designated as the commercial and economic capital for the country for its strategic location. The Aden Free Zone (AFZ) was... Read More

Larnaca Free Zone

The Larnaca free zone is one of the oldest special economic zones in Cyprus and has a very good location which caters to the need of logistics companies operating here. Located near the Larnaca airport and seaport, but also 48 km from Nicosia,... Read More

Eilat Free Zone

Eilat is currently a duty-free zone. Eilat is a popular tourist destination for Israelis and international visitors, where the lack of sales tax means lower prices for hotels, food and shopping, which in turn compensates for the cost of getting to... Read More

Dubai Internet City

DIC provides a knowledge economy ecosystem designed to support the business development of information and communications technology (ICT) companies. It is the Middle East's biggest ICT infrastructure, built inside a free trade zone. Dubai... Read More

Alexandria Public Free Zone

Alexandria Public Free Zone is one of the largest and oldest Egyptian Public Free Zones. It was established since 1973 in Amreya at Km 29, Alex/Cairo Desert Rd., at 20 km from Alexandria Port, 7 km from El-Dekhila Port and 20 km from Borg El-Arab... Read More

Umm Alhoul free zone

Umm Alhoul Free Zone is directly adjacent to Hamad Port, the world’s largest greenfield port, providing an optimal location for industries who require access to sea freight and shipping routes. There are specific sections of the zone dedicated... Read More

Ras Bufontas free zone

Given its proximity to Hamad Airport, the Middle East’s “Best Airport of the Year”, industries based in Ras Bufontas Free Zone will benefit from unrivalled access to reliable air transportation services. There are specific sections of the... Read More

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