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Now, companies need to make some changes in their status so as to comply with the modified law. For instance, the new law has regulated not only the transfer of promissory notes into shares but also electronic underwriting, thereby legalizing the
Kuwaitis and expatriates will all be riled very soon by subsidy cuts, imposition of Value Added Tax (VAT) and income tax. MP Nasser Al-Merri has recently proposed scrapping of subsidy to all Kuwaitis and expats and advised the government to instead
The course was held on Thursday and Friday at the Ibis Hotel. A total of 33 participants from the GCC countries participated in the course, most of them lawyers, activists, intellectuals and other professionals. The presenters were from different
Malayalam lit blooms in Kuwait desert Writers admit expat life a fertile climate for writing It is a genre in its own right among the many diversified streams of literature expatriate writings. It rubs shoulders with other evolving branches like
Clerics pooh-pooh doomsday predictions Doomsayers have declared that the world is going to end today, Dec 21, 2012. Psy, the famous pop singer from Korea, is said to have completed what has been termed a doomsday prophecy.' Several videos have
Supporters of the Reproductive Health Bill celebrate as legislators passed a landmark birth control bill at the House of Representatives in Quezon City suburban Manila yesterday. Filipinos in Kuwait are still divided over the controversial
Manila-based Filipino recruitment agencies have expressed hope that new parliament in Kuwait would look into the issue of domestic workers and pass a domestic labor law hanging fire. The passage of the legislation would enable these firms to resume
Kuwait's democracy is unique and one of the most successful implementation of self-governing systems, said head of the Supreme Islamic Council of Iraq Ammar Al-Hakim yesterday. This came during Hakim's meeting with a delegation of Kuwaiti journalists.
The number of divorce cases in Kuwait is on the rise, statistics have revealed. According to data released by the Ministry of Justice for the first quarter of this year, of the 6,984 marriages held during these three months, 2,328 ended in a divorce.
The Past, the Present and the Future and reflected the evolution of accounting standards over the past few years. The seminar on Dec 4 was held in Arabic which was the first of its kind in Kuwait and presented by Mohamed Aboubaker, Audit Senior