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Consumers in the GCC are increasingly turning to e-commerce when purchasing goods or services, meaning that most businesses will need to establish an e-commerce platform.

Extending into e-commerce business is not a matter of simply acquiring a domain name and adding a payment process. There are some legal matters that need to be addressed in order to start an e-commerce business.

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Recently Enhanced and Automated Services

Launch of the Service Request ‘Change in Name/Nationality/Legal Address’:

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DMCC to Introduce its New Help Centre Platform Soon

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It is a significant time in the data protection and privacy space. As of 25 May 2018, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes enforceable and replaces the existing EU Data Protection Directive. Whilst it is intended that the GDPR harmonizes data protection rules across the EU, it also has extra territorial effect, which means that many businesses in the UAE and the region will be impacted by GDPR and should look to become compliant to the extent they are not already. 

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A Guide to Terms and Conditions in the Sale of Goods

When trades go as planned, nobody looks at the contract after the event. It is only when there are problems that traders look at the terms and conditions. However, before you sign an agreement, it pays to ensure that the terms are clear. A well drafted contract can protect you when things do go wrong. But what are the key terms traders should look to consider in their agreements?