For starters, Dubai is one of the few places on Earth where starting a business is a tedious task. According to the World Bank’s Survey, Dubai is ranked 33rd of the easiest places to do business — considering its low rankings, we can safely say that starting a business in the city is going to be very hard, especially if it’s your first time.
This is mostly attributed to the government bureaucracy that places stringent measures to qualify for a business standing in the city. If you’re aiming to put one up in the city then here are some legal facts and terms you need to acquaint yourself with before you get started.
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