The 'Business Map' tracks BRL
activity and seeks to reflect the economic realities in Dubai by providing vital data on each category of licences including their numbers and sector-wise distribution as well as investor trends on a monthly basis.
Indians, Pakistanis, Egyptians, Chinese, British, Saudis, Jordanians, Syrians, and Kuwaitis were the top nine nationalities who were BRL
customers, in that order during July 2018.
Omar Bushahab, CEO of the BRL
sector in DED, and Sheikh Saeed Obaid Al Maktoum, Chairman of AJSM Investments, signed an MoU to ensure that consumers get the best benefits or services offered through MyHUBBER.
Based on Yankuang's recent advice, BRL
believes this situation will be resolved in the next four to six weeks and BRL
will be repaid with interest.
The top ten nationalities among BRL
customers in May 2018 were Indians, Pakistanis and Egyptians, followed by Chinese, Jordanians, British, Bangladeshis, Saudis, Syrians and Lebanese in that order.
Top nationalities that sought BRL
services in February included Indians, Pakistanis, Egyptians, British, Saudis, Chinese, Jordanians, Syrians and Americans.
Walid Abdul Malik, director of commercial registration in BRL
, said the commercial permits are primarily aimed at streamlining market activity and promoting products and services offered by businesses in Dubai.
Saeed Matar Al Marri, Deputy CEO of BRL
said the new section reflects DED's keenness to implement the directive of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to go to the investor than waiting for the investor to come to the authorities.
The report is available on BRL
's website www.bauxiteresources.com.au
Renewal of licenses accounted for 12,694 BRL
transactions in March 2018 while 3,281 transactions were related to Trade Name Reservation.
A record number of 10,455 commercial licences were issued in the first half of the year by the Business Registration and Licensing (BRL
) unit of Dubai Economy, according to a report.
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