Following the signing of diplomatic agreements
between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE),
the scope of business between the two countries
is certain to grow as Israeli and UAE companies seek
opportunities in new markets.
in a foreign country – either as a Mainland company
Offshore or in a Free Zone – but what do they mean and
what is the difference between them? In a Free Zone
for example, you can probably guess that the meaning
is "Tax Free" (similar to "Duty Free"), but each option
has other regulations too, and these must be confirmed
by relevant advisors before making a decision. Here is a
small chart summarizing a few of the main points, and
if you click it, you will reach a short explanatory clip:
Which ever way you choose to establish your company
in the Gulf States, Good Luck!
You can find more clips on my YouTube channel
(click here: shorturl.at/vKV26 )
See you again soon!
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