Last month chancellor Rishi Sunak stated that the UK is back on track and unveiled a plan of "£150billion by 2024/25" of post-Covid spending.
The Chancellor stated that, by the end of the year, the economy will reach pre-Covid levels growing by a whopping 6.5% this year.
President Sheikh Khalifa has formally approved the most extensive legal reforms in the country’s history. Major changes include greater protection of personal data, stronger copyright rules and tackling fake news. More than 40 laws are included. Some are new, while others are updated versions of existing legislation. The updated Federal Crime and Punishment Law, for example, strengthens protection for women and domestic workers. The law also effectively decriminalises consensual relationships outside of marriage and provides that any child conceived as a result of the relationship is acknowledged and will be cared for. This comes into effect on January 2, 2022.
The Federal Decree Law no. 33 of 2021, regulating labour relations, will be effective in the private sector from February 2, 2022, and is the most significant amendment of its kind since the law's establishment.
Vietnam is known for having a remarkably young and enthusiastic labor force. The country is characterised by low labor costs, which makes Vietnam's export goods and services more competitive than ever. This is an advantage for countries with large purchasing power from the Middle East and Europe. Vietnam's production capacity will be continuously maintained and improved in the coming time.
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, and Minister of State, Jack Chambers TD, today (13 October) announced details of €1,197,498,000 gross funding allocated to the department in Budget 2022, covering an extensive range of imaginative new funding streams and measures to support the resilience and growth of practitioners, businesses, communities and operations in sectors overseen by the department.
Studies show that commuting to the office is one of the most stressful times of the day and the level of discomfort and anxiety has only improved after the pandemic and long months of working from home. Through this little steps we would like to remind everyone who’s experiencing anxiety on their work place to take care of themselves and ask for help when needed.
During the last two years 44% of the population in UK was a affected by work-related stress, depression or anxiety.
Today, after WFH and Covid-19 we invite everyone to ask for help when struggling with mental health and to embrace it.
SINGAPORE: "From September 30, over S$900 million in Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) payments will be distributed to employers. According to the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), the reimbursements would be paid to more than 43,900 employers in Singapore to support the wages of more than 570,000 local employees (Sep 21).
On the occasion of the first anniversary of the Abraham Accords, we are glad to share the progress UAE and Israel have made with the common goal of building people-to-people connections, spurring growth and generating new opportunities.
Our consultants from Kelmer Vietnam put together Doing Business in Vietnam 2021; a study that gives you a complete overview on Vietnam legal and political structure, advices on how to establish your business in Vietnam and all the information you might need about the ease of doing business and its challenges.
Il prossimo 28 ottobre 2021, saranno riaperti i termini per la presentazione alla SIMEST delle domande per contributi a fondo perduto e finanziamenti agevolati per l’internazionalizzazione.
Thanks to the update from EuroCham Vietnam, Vietnam People’s Committee, the Steering Committee of Prevention and Control, we share some of the positive, supportive feedback we have received from Vietnam: