Dubai is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the Arabian Peninsula. The Emirate is ruled by HH Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum who is also the Prime Minister of the federation of UAE. Abu Dhabi and Dubai are the only two power houses of all of the emirates, they have high participation when it comes to critical matters that concern the nation. The official language is Arabic, Arabic and English are commonly used in business and commerce. Hindi and Urdu are also widely used.
The major portion of the population in Dubai comprises expatriates mainly of Asian origin. The Asian group consists of people from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The dirham denoted by the ISO 4217 code AED is the official currency of Dubai. It is normally abbreviated as DH or Dhs.
It is a global city with tourism, real estate, and financial services being the major sectors of the economy. It has huge reserves of oil and petroleum, and is also a transport hub for cargo and passengers.
Dubai's oil revenue helped accelerate the early development of the city, but its reserves are limited and production levels are low: today, less than 5% of the emirate's revenue comes from oil. The emirate's business model is influenced by the west and drives its economy with the main revenues coming from tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services. Dubai is famous for its sky scrapers, magnificent architectural buildings, luxurious hotels, and shopping malls invite a million of tourists to the city. Palm Islands, Jumeirah Beach, the Dragon Mart, Dubai Museum, Burj al Arab, and Burj Khalifa are some of the major attractions.
Dubai Mainland Incorporation
Known for its world class infrastructure and ever growing dynamic economy, Dubai has become one of the most favorite industrial business destinations in the Middle East and across the world. It is ideally located to serve as a seamless import, export and production platform globally.
Benefits of Dubai Mainland:
Setting up a company in Dubai Mainland:
DED licenses offered:
Dubai Offshore Incorporation - JAFZA
To establish the Jebel Ali offshore companies, regulations were introduced in the year 2003, by the Jabel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA). These regulations helped structure the offshore locations to deliver convenience and efficiency to established entities. Offshore entities can be established by the international business community and compete at par with other offshore destinations.
Features and Regulations
A critical element of our future decisions is to deliver efficiency and convenience while maintaining face value with financial authorities.
Limitations of Dubai Offshore
JAFZA company main characteristics:
Free Zones in Abu Dhabi
Jebel Ali Free Zone
Dubai Airport Free Zone
Dubai Internet City
Dubai Silicon Oasis
Dubai Healthcare City
Dubai Biotechnology and Research Park
Dubai International Financial Centre
Dubai Multi Commodities Centre