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...Arab Emirates Law and how it became united The United Arab Emirates, normally shortened just as the Emirates and abbreviated as the UAE, is located in the southeast area of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf’s Western Asia. The United Arab Emirates borders Oman to the east while to the south, it borders Saudi Arabia. At the same time, the UAE shares common borders with Qatar to the west and Iran to the north. The UAE is composed of seven Emirates that are equivalent to principalities. Though each emirate is governed by a hereditary emir, the seven emirates are governed by a single national president. The seven emirates are; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm al-Quwain and Ras...
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United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Introduction The United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven sheikhdoms each known as an Emirate, the seven Emirates are; Abu Dhabi( Abu Zaby), Dubai( Dubayy), Sharijah(Ash Sharijah), Umm al Qaywayn, Ajman, Al Fajayrah, and Ras al Khaymah. The official census in 2005 estimated population of the federation to be 4, 467, 899 million, and according to the Oxford Business Group report (14) the country occupies an area of about 77,700 square kilometers, located on the south east Arabia in between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The principal and the most prosperous of all of the seven states is the capital of the federation, the Abu Dhabi generating nearly sixty percent... United Arab...
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U.A.E United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates is made up of 7 small emirates ly Fujairah, Umm AL-qaiwain, Ras Al-khaimah, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ajman. The seven were united as a federal state in December 1971. Before the oil economy was established in the 1960s, two orientations were responsible for shaping up the Emeriati culture. The activities were; the sea based culture that mainly involved sea trading and pearling and the nomadic based Bedouins mixed with oasis farming. The subcultures were socially, economically and politically interdependent and this created a common social identity and culture (Abdul 40). There are very many cultural aspects that the UAE shares with other larger... United Arab ...
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Divorce in united arab emirates
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...Arab Emirates Although divorce is allowed in Islam, Sharia laws make the process be more difficult for couples having wrangles to end their relationship. This is achieved only if the judge is totally convinced that the marriage will not work even if it is given a second chance (Awadhi, 2007). Sharia courts in United Arab Emirates accept any divorce appeal from men of any nationality. Women who are non-Muslims and married by Muslim men can also apply for a divorce at Sharia courts. The divorce follows a certain process which starts with registering the case at Moral and Family Guidance Section of the court. Later, the councillor meets both parties to discuss their standoff (Sawma... Divorce in United Arab ...
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DHL in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates a. History DHL’s history in UAE dates back to 1977 when the mother company began shifting from pure delivery of documents to small parcels. In UAE, logistics services were essential given the presence of oil exports and the region’s geographic interface with Asia and Europe. In this regard DHL has continued to develop huge logistics impact in the region since then. The choice for Dubai as a logistics hub by DHL was also as a result of areas world’s largest habors, large free-trade zone, and the presence of freight airport. As a rule, international companies have to partner with local companies to offer their services in UAE and Postal service of Dubai was the choice... DHL in United Arab...
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International Business: The United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates has become an increasingly attractive business prospect for business men around the world since its inception (Mallakh). However, due to its unique nature, there are a number of unique factors that should be kept in mind when analyzing the prospect of establishing a business venture in the United Arab Emirates. The following paragraphs will serve to provide a brief insight into the many variables that make the United Arab Emirates a unique place to do business and a unique nation in terms of the attributes that should be kept in mind when contemplating the possibility of establishing a business in it. What is known... as the United Arab...
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Country Report on United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Country History: United Arab Emirates came into its formation from a tribe of the Arabian Peninsula, who were known as the sheikhdoms. This tribe lived along the northwestern coast of Gulf of Oman and the southern coast of the Persian Gulf. For years and years ago, these sheikhdoms were involved in the fights over their territories and dynasties. This area came to known as the Coast for Pirates as the burglars living here became a threat to foreign shipping, in spite of both the Arab and European navies guarding this Coast from 17th to 19th century. In 1819, campaigns begin to take place against harbors along the coast of Ras-al-Khaimah when British started... Country Report on United Arab ...
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Cultural environment of United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates according to Hofstede’s Framework Hofstede indulged in an extensive study that sought to describe the frameworks that defined culture in each society. Hofstede was a renowned psychologist, who sought to establish certain guidelines that would help people have an idea of the cultural set-up of people from different parts of the globe. He reasoned that such frameworks were necessary as globalization dynamics were compelling people to embrace diversity. He defined a five-dimension model that he used to describe the cultural environment of many countries. He relied on statistics from IBM employees, who exhibited a high level of national diversity... . This paper will focus on...
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United arab emirates stand agaisnt ISIS
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...Arab Emirates Stand Against ISIS The rise of ISIS is adevelopment that has accrued a concerted strong response from most of the salient regional and global powers. In that context, the United Arab Emirates has evinced a potent, unequivocal and committed opposition to ISIS. The political stance of the UAE with regards to ISIS is multi pronged, aimed at combating ISIS on all possible military, ideological and political fronts. This response entails committing material and political support and backing to the collected international efforts to contain and neutralize ISIS (Khan 1). It does need to be appreciated that UAE happens... to be amongst the first of the regional players who visibly...
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Water pollution in United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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...Arab Emirates (UAE In the last few decades, UAE has suffered from a general increase in water pollution. Much of the water pollution in UAE can be attributed to voluminous construction of artificial islands, monolithic structures, and oil extraction. These together with the global warming have caused an altogether wipe-out of corals from AbuDhabi, the capital of UAE in the last decade (Kloosterman). An example of water pollution in UAE is the pollution of artificial island in Jumeirah. To spend a night in one of the apartments in the Jumeirah Islands, a tourist pays as much as $200. However, environmentalists have raised their concerns about the water pollution... Pollution in United Arab Emirates (UAE...
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Investment in Education in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates SalmaObaid Alkaabi ID 200207835 UnitedArabEmirates 27-3 Education isone among the most crucial factors in formation of an intelligent nation and development of a country itself. Funding in education results in a big amount of high quality specialists and real professionals, it raises the image of a country in the international arena, and makes a country solid and prestigious for foreign visitors (Jorgenson and Fraumeni, 1992). Thus, I believe that investment in education of the United Arab Emirates is important not only for development of the entire nation, but it also results to profits and to the improvement of the country’s image. I think... that education is something very...
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Justice and policing in United Arab Emirates
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...Arabic language, so legal representation is required to be well versed in Arabic. Thus language barrier can be an issue for someone who is not familiar with Arabic and this can be particularly a problem for foreigners who may be involved in civil or financial-related disputes in the UAE. The criminal court of the UAE deals with all kinds of minor offenses and heinous crimes. As the UAE is constituted by seven emirates and each... Justice System and Policing in the UAE The justice system in the UAE is governed primarily by the Shariah laws. A research conducted under Hauser Global Law School Program found out that, “although the core principles of law in the UAE are drawn from Sharia, most legislation is ...
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Olay in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Insert Insert Grade Insert 25 May Introduction Olay is an American company that manufactures skin care products. Procter & Gamble owns the firm. It was founded in South Africa by Graham Wuff in 1999 who sold lanolin branded as oil of Olay (Olay, 2012). Wulf developed the oil of Olay at home and used his wife and friends to experiment on the oil. He marketed the oil of Olay product with his friend Lowe without any branding, successfully and later marketed the oil of Olay under the company Adams National Industries (ANI) (Olay, 2012). They successfully entered the international markets but later sold their company to Richard Merell Inc who expanded... ? Marketing Report Olay in the United...
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Kempinski Hotels in United Arab Emirates
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...ARAB EMIRATES The focal point of this paper is to evaluate and analyze Kempinski Hotels inUnited Arab Emirates. It should be mentioned that the Kempinski group of Hotels are one of the leading players in the hospitality industry with a history of around 180 years. The Kempinski Hotels ventured into UAE lately and at this date their hotel is regarded as high profile feature in the region. 1) In terms of industry like cycle it can be stated that the Kempinski Hotels in United Arab Emirates, particularly the one in Ajman, situated at the Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi Street, is the most featured hotel of UAE. It has the backing of the Kempinski Hotels and thus... these would generate...
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The justice in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Introduction The structure and the rules of a country’s legal system can highly affect the country’s performancein regard to all its sectors, including its positioning as a member of the international community. In any case, the legal framework of each country needs necessarily to be aligned with the rules of international law. Still, potentials exist for differentiation of national law from the international legal rules, especially in the case of national security or other similar condition. Moreover, the culture and the ethics of certain countries have increased power in influencing the content and the scope of national legal system. This phenomenon is more... ?The justice in United Arab...
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Effects of Wasta in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Wasta, in the United Arab Emirates, refer to the useof influences of acquaintances and relatives in the process of getting favors like employment opportunities. The term wasta is derived from the Arabic origin, w-s-T, which implies ‘middle’ (Urban dictionary, 2013). So, it means intermediaries or go-betweens. Most of Emiratis use this technique to ease their way into jobs, chances at universities, and promotions among others. In fact, it has been named as the most significant currency form in the United Arab Emirates, surpassing the likes of bribery. Wasta can get one anything in the UAE, and the larger Middle East, starting from as low as getting water... ? Effects of Wasta in United Arab...
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Starting a Business in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates refers to a seven emirates federation located on the renowned Persian Gulf in Southwest Asia. It falls on the southeastern part of the famous Arabian Peninsula and borders countries such as Saudi Arabia and Oman. The seven states are commonly referred to as emirates and include Umm al-Quwain, Sharja, Ras al-Khaimah, Fujaira, Dubai, Ajman and Abu Dhabi. The UAE has large deposits of natural gas and oil and has turned into a very prosperous country courtesy... Running Head: Analysis of the culture of the UAE and its implications on companies wishing to do business in the UAE International Business 2 Instructor's Name: Name of the Institution: Introduction The UAE or United A...
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Lifebuoy in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates. Around 100,000 students took part in educational activities with emphasis of hand washing with soap and provided information of the goodness of hand washing. This type of marketing strategy also increases the awareness of the students of the brand and the importance... PROF Lifebuoy Anti-Dandruff Shampoo: Identifying Marketing Opportunity in UAE Lifebuoy is a brand of a multinational company that is known worldwide for its products. Unilever is a British-Dutch multinational company founded in 1930. It has wide array of products consisting of famous brands in foods, beverages, personal care and cleaning agents. The parent company can be found in the Netherlands and in United Kingdom....
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Justice System in The United Arab Emirates
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...Emirates from all types of hazards. (Asimakopoulou et al 2010). References: Price, R., & Al, T. E. (1998). United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation judgments: 1989 - 1997. The Hague [u.a.: Kluwer Law International. Price, R., & Al, T. E. (2005). United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation...  Justice System in the UAE The Judicial System: In accordance with the Constitution of UAE, each Emirate is permitted to establish an independent judicial system. In the UAE, the judicial system is composed of Federal Courts and Local or Emirate Courts. (Fellas et al 1997). The Emirates that have tranferred their judicial systems to the UAE Federal Authority are Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah and Umm Al Quwain. ...
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Geology in The United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Insert Insert In the more than 500 million years ago, the body of the continental l rock has remained stable, and it is occupying a corner of the Arabian platform as per the geologists. Shallow Arabian Gulf is not only the feature that is encompassed by this rock, but also engulfed the Arabian platform in the present day. As from the uncertainty of the truth about ocean basin, it is by the presence of the Zagros Mountains in Iraq. The afro-Arabian continent has been part of the history that has been found in the larger part of the Arabian platform as part of the addition. Over the response of the plate tectonic movement, the two have behaved as a unit... History of Geology in the United...
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Environmental Accounting in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates ID: Semester: Environmental accounting in United Arab Emirates Introduction Environmental accounting is part of non financial disclosure aligned to best practice in corporate governance. This practice involves recognition and disclosure of corporate environmental cost and liabilities in financial and annual reports. Business entities have a social responsibility to protect the environment which may not necessarily translate to legislative requirements but earn the corporation good reputation among in the community (Farouk, Cherian &Jacob 2012, p.1-8). This is of significance especially when the company intends to attract new investors... ?Enter logo Environmental Accounting in the United...
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United Arab Emirates: Review of economic development
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...Arab Emirates: Review of Economic Development Introduction United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven s formed after their independence from British rule in 1971. “Although each state - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al Qaiwain - maintains a large degree of independence, the UAE is governed by a Supreme Council of Rulers made up of the seven emirs, who appoint the prime minister and the cabinet” (BBC News, 2012). The oil reserves of the UAE are the seventh largest in the world, and the export revenues of crude oil has been used for the development of infrastructure, health care and education. Workers from the different countries contribute significantly...
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United Arab Emirates in the International Market
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...Arab Emirates is situated in the sandy region of the Middle East. It is strategically situated in the Middle East region and very ideal for business between the Far East and Europe and other parts of the world like Soviet Union and Africa. It is one of the most developed regions in the Middle East and actually a hub of the growing trade environment in the Arabian Gulf. It has been observed that in the recent past, there has been increasing trade in the UAE. This has been fuelled by adoption of free economy policy based on the market system and liberal economy rules which places the private sector... PRESENT AND FUTURE STRATEGIC POSITION OF THE UAE IN THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET Introduction The United...
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Justice and Policing in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Introduction The United Arab Emirates which was formed in 1971is located in south west Asia. It comprises of seven emirates which are autonomous, it has population of 3.8 million. The largest emirate is Abu Dhabi which covers 80% of the area. Islam is the main religion for the emirates citizens (Abed, 2001). The seven emirates rulers constitute the federal supreme council which is the highest legislative and executive body. The council is charged with the responsibility of selecting a president and a vice president from its membership, the president then appoints the prime minister and cabinet. The citizens do not vote, but may express their concerns... Justice and Policing in the United...
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How to become a police in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates On 2 December 1971, the United Arab Emirates was established as an independent federal state which consists of seven emirates namely Fujairah, Sharjah, Dubai, Ajman Umm Al Quwan, Ras Al Khaimah, and abu Dhabi. Since then, the nation has operated as one government. This paper delves into how to become a police in the United Arab Emirates. It looks into the career in totality including training, qualifications, promotions, benefits, retirement, management roles for university graduates, and how one is treated as a USA graduate among others. On May 6, 1976, the Armed Forces of the seven United Arabs Emirates became unified. The union merged... the the Sharjah National Guard, Abu...
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Distribution System of Sport apparel in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates are benefiting from the lifestyle changes and media coverage that it is receiving. Consumer is now using sports apparel. The United Arab Emirates has the highest concentration of retail chain stores per head in the world. There are over 1000 hypermarkets in United Arab Emirates, with Lulu hypermarkets owning the largest number of retail stores in the region (The Futurist 7). Retail chains this include retail stores such as hypermarkets, supermarkets and small shops in malls. The goal is to have the products available in all retail store, in U.A.E, the sports apparel stores, "in U.A.E", include the following Saucony, Emirates Sports... Distribution system Sportswear sales in the United Arab ...
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United Arab Emirates Law and How It Bacame United
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...Arab Emirates Law and how it became united The United Arab Emirates, normally shortened just as theEmirates and abbreviated as the UAE, is located in the southeast area of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf’s Western Asia. The United Arab Emirates borders Oman to the east while to the south, it borders Saudi Arabia. At the same time, the UAE shares common borders with Qatar to the west and Iran to the north. The UAE is composed of seven Emirates that are equivalent to principalities. Though each emirate is governed by a hereditary emir, the seven emirates are governed by a single national president. The seven emirates are; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm al-Quwain and Ras... ? United...
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The Federal Law in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates BUS 104: Introduction to Business Law The United Arab Emirates have travelled a long way since the creation of their federation. The federation has assisted the Emirates in making a big leap, especially in terms of economic stability that they have achieved at present. The creation of the federation and all the activities it has made since then has legal basis or framework. This legal basis is the federal law. The federal laws are laws which are proposed, amended, approved and promulgated throughout all the federal states, which in the case of UAE are seven emirates (Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain). These federal... ? Federal Law in the United...
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Social and cultural diversity in united arab emirates
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...Arab Emirates While in their nature Dubai and other cities in United Arab Emirate (UAE) are cosmopolitan and multicultural, there are very clear factors that play as the main determinants of the way people relate with each. In this respect, these factors influence the different relationships between the people who stay in UAE for a short time or for a long term. These factors form good bases of identity of the people in the society and through them; the residents influence others with whom they interact even if they are from different parts of the world. These factors affect relations that people have and what they do in various important situations and one... ? Social and Cultural Diversity in United...
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Policing and justice in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates According to (Hornby) an emirate is an area of land that that is ruled over by an emir. According to (www.mongabay.com)Arab states are composed of five countries which are Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and the Oman which are situated on the Persian Gulf. Their neighbors include Iraq, Iran and the Saudi Arabia. The main characteristic that unites these countries is the way they relate with people around the world. The gulf being a very important waterway feature since time in memorial brought early civilization to this region. Trade was not an exemption to this area .It was established and connected to countries like India, china... , and the European powers....
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Comparison and Contrast between USA and United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Comparison between USA and UAE The main common aspect between both countries is that both the countries are prosperous and highly developed countries. Both the countries are well developed in infrastructure and economy wise. Dubai is ultra modern in its facilities and amenities with a multicultural population and can be well compared to USA. The capital of both the countries is famous all over the world. Washington is world famous and Dubai is also known world over as a shopping destination. In both the countries the education system followed in English, even though Arabic is taught in UAE. USA is famous as superpower and UAE... Topic:  Comparison and contrast between USA and United Arab ...
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Justice in the United Arab Emirates (law enforcement )
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...Arab Emirates (Law enforcement Introduction: The effective enforcement of law and order and other government regulations is a key determinant of a nation’s justice system. The primary role of justice systems is to ensure adherence to governmental laws and regulations and use it as a tool to induce good behavior in order to safeguard public interest. These laws and regulations are different across different countries and there are large scale variations in the policies, institutional and political environment, as well as socio-cultural composition, which drive the development and implementation of such rules. However, the norms related to compliance, accountability and justice... Justice in the United...
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Cyber Crime Complaint Center (in United Arab Emirates)
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...Arab Emirates) Where globalization has brought advancements in our life, there has come number of problems along with it as well. The cyber crime is the bitter reality of this advancement. Though the technology has made our basic work much easier but it has made the information more vulnerable too. Now more of the time and cost is spent on making the data secure rather than performing the main functions of the businesses. Since all of the information is now stored over the internet therefore it has also become much more important to maintain the security of the information else it may collapse the complete organization. Hacking, Malware, Fraud, Identity theft... Cyber Crime Complaint Center (in United...
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A Guide to United Arab Emirates Legal System
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...Arab Emirates (UAE) was established as a Federation in 1971, among seven emirates, including Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaima, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain. The Federation is one of the larger Gulf countries populated by 2.6 million people, and since its establishment has been able to build its economy on its oil production, and simultaneously its reputation as a free trade area (Gulf-Law.com, 2011). As such, it has attracted the business of numerous multinationals and trading firms, for which reason the study of its Federal Law is warranted as far as it affects international business. This report is on those aspects of the UAE Federal Law which most... ?Federal Law in the UAE The United...
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Labor Relations in Different Organizations in The United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates (UAE) revolve around the regulations imposed by the Ministry of Labor. Meaning, they apply to both employees and employers working the various industries in the UAE. The UAE has traditional values compared to other modernized nations. Therefore, this affects its labor relation policies and their implementation by the various organizations based in the UAE. It is also necessary to note that the policies imposed by the Ministry of Labor are federal meaning they apply to all the Emirates in the UAE. The following paper analyses, types of work permits, the different categories of violations, and the human rights of laborers... in that the management of different organizations’...
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Criminology and criminal justice in The United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Introduction United Arab Emirates is also known as the Emirates or the UAE located in the southeast of Arabian peninsula composed of seven federations namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain, Fujairah, and Ras al-Khaiman. UAE has been established in December 2, 1971 with Abu Dhabi as the capital owing to its industrial and cultural activities. Their official language is Arabic and their official religion is slam. Economic wise, UAE is considered to have a strong high income with a GDP of $ 47,407. UAE based their political system on the 1971 constitution however each ruler of each federation retain an absolute power... in their own emirate....
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The United Arab Emirates embassy in Washington D.C
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...Arab Emirates (UAE) embassy in Washington D.C. was established in 1974, in effect, beginning a formal diplomatic relations between the two nations, the UAE and the United states. Like other friendly nations the world over, the two countries share almost similar mission statement, with the improvement of ties in key areas of development hoisted atop the agenda in both ends. Indeed as envisaged in the very inaugural diplomatic engagements, the relations between UAE and the United States (USA) has grown in leaps and bounds, registering positive progress in a wide range of fields, notably on economic, military, social as well as political fronts. More recent efforts have, however, broaden... Due The United...
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Strategic Supply Chain Management in United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Introduction The platform of conducting businesses in the world is changing and different businesses, irrespective of their size and geographical locations, are being affected. In this midst, there is increasing pressure on businesses to change their methods of conducting business and embrace more appropriate and sustainable business methods of operation. One such source of influence on how business is conducted all over the world is the increasing aspects of globalization, which continues to affect all sectors of economy. As a result of globalization, businesses in different parts of the world are being forced to adopt relevant strategies... Strategic Supply Chain Management in United Arab ...
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Decision support Systems (DSS) United Arab Emirates context
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...Arab Emirates (UAE) where the majority of organizations heavily rely on data and decision making to run their businesses. This basic purpose of this research is to discuss the use of decision support system in the context of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This paper shows how the use decision support systems and techniques can be useful especially in the UAE. List of Acronyms: IS, DSS, MIS, ANN, UAE, Data mining Introduction to Decision Support Systems A “decision support system (DSS) is an application of an information system that provides users with the appropriate decision-oriented information when... DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS IN THE UAE CONTEXT Decision Support Systems in the UAE context Affiliation...
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An analysis of the United Arab Emirates banking sector
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...Arab Emirates (UAE) have been observed to accumulate a significant growth which further declined substantially in 2008 (Mehta, 2012). In the present day context, the role played by the UAE banking sector can be observed as quite significant for the country’s elevating economic growth rate, both in the micro and macro environments. The banking sector of UAE offers a range of financial products and services targeting both the domestic group of customers and the international clients. Additionally, the recent banking scenario of the country has been witnessed to experience an increasing competition owing to enhanced product innovation requirements and availability of various substitute products...
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Trademark laws in the United Arab Emirates
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...Emirates (Phil, 2). Red Bull had registered the exclusive rights over the logo and the name of the product, which the importer is accused of infringing through availing another product, Bullfighter, which had a name and packaging that resembled that of Red Bull. According to Red Bull, the importer misled the public by making them believe that Bull Fighter was one of the product range of the Red Bull. Consequently, the importer was fined AED 15, 000 for infringing on the trademark of another company (Phil, 3). There has also been a proposed change in the trademark laws of the UAE, where... Trademark Laws Introduction The UAE commercial law has been undergoing transformations in a bid to change it from a...
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Comparison of Organizational Cultures of the United States versus Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Comparison of Organizational Cultures of the United States versus Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Introduction An organization culture refers to the norms, values, and expectations that have a bearing on the way groups or agencies prioritize and carry out their affairs. The effectiveness of any organization culture hinges on its adaptability and flexibility. Organizational cultures are influenced by the cultural dynamics within the society. Organizational cultures are embedded in and constructed by the prevalent national cultures. The U.S., United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia... management systems are quite different owing to their differential cultural background....
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Workers Rights and Unemployment Issues in Qatar and United Arab Emirates
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...ARAB EMIRATES ON WORKERS RIGHTS AND UNEMPLOYMENT ISSUES Workers Rights and Unemployment Issues in Qatar and United Arab Emirates Name Course Institution Instructor Date of Submission Employment is an important aspect of the society with almost everyone looking up to good and proper employment as payment for their hard work while in school. However, this is sometimes not always the case since workers are sometimes faced with various obstacles in their employment places. These obstacles range from late and unpaid wages, poor working conditions and many other ills. This is the case in most countries of the world where various political... ? POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC COMPARISON BETWEEN QATAR AND UNITED ARAB...
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Comparison between united arab emirates vs other coutnries in the middle east.political issues
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...Arab Emirates versus Saudi Arabia Introduction Countries within the Middle East have experienced immense transformation since the discovery of oil reserves in the early 20th century. The progressive discovery of oil reserves, coupled with their active exploitation has considerably changed respective nations’ economic, social as well as political spheres. Key among these significantly transformed countries is Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Although these two economic powerhouses discovered oil at different times, they are currently recognized as some of the world’s largest economies. This paper seeks to compare the UAE and Saudi Arabia... College: Political and Economic Structures: United...
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Dust exposure and respiratory symptoms among cement factory workers in the United arab emirates
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...Arab Emirates” (2012) was done by 25 August 2011 and published online 28 February 2012. The importance of the study is that it assesses the exposure among workers in the United Arab Emirates cement factories and links it to the workers health. It is an assessment of how the factory’s workers exposure to dust affects their respiratory system. Purpose Ahmed & Abdullah (2012) plan was to estimate the amount of dust that is in the United Arab Emirates cement factory. They then compared the estimated amount to the limit... Dust Exposure and Respiratory Dust Exposure and Respiratory Symptoms Background Ahmed & Abdullah work, “Dust Exposure and Respiratory Symptoms among Cement Factory Worker in the United...
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Cultural Barriers for Women in Education in the United Arab Emirates
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...Arab Emirates Abstract The study focuses on various cultural barriers within UAE that prevents women from attaining their educational and economic goals. In this case, there have been several government intervention programs that the policymakers adopt for the purposes of realizing the intended results in enacting educational policies. Such policies that focus on empowering women incorporate reinforcement of strategies dealing with education, workforce, and upgrade of relationships amongst public, private sectors and educational institutions. There are also effects on development of necessary measures within community based programs... that incorporates training as part of investment in...
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Case study of The United Arab Emirates youths (UAEU) between modernity and traditionalism
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...Arab Emirates University and to review the impact of socio-demographic factors on their values. These socio-demographic factors include gender, citizenship, income, occupation, family size and education. 2- How relevant was this research to the topic of emiratization as a whole? This study was pretty relevant as far as the topic of emiratization is concerned. To determine the available opportunities for young UAE nationals for the sole purpose of the implementation of processes that aim to replace... 1- Knowledge: What is the focus of the research? Or, what was the question in this piece? Were there any assumptions? The focus of the research isto assess the values held by the students of the United...
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The future of the transportation tourism in United Arab Emirates / Abu Dhabi
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...ARAB EMIRATES ABU DHABI NO LECTURER: IAL: STUDENT NAME: STUDENT ID: The Future of the Transportation Tourism in United Arab Emirates / Abu Dhabi Introduction and Executive Summary The role of tourism and transportation in Abu Dhabi can be viewed as two essential elements that have a large influence on the development of the region. Though the United Arab Emirates cannot be said to rely entirely on tourism as one of its top moneymakers due to its rich storage of natural resources, it is still an important factor in the development of the government’s plan to diversify its GDP sources. However in order to successfully achieve its objectives... alternatives available to tourists who arrive...
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Case study of The United Arab Emirates youths (UAEU) between modernity and traditionalism
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...Arab Emirates University and to review the impact of socio-demographic factors on their values. These socio-demographic factors include gender, citizenship, income, occupation, family size and education. 2- How relevant was this research to the topic of emiratization as a whole? This study was pretty relevant as far as the topic of emiratization is concerned. To determine the available opportunities for young UAE nationals for the sole purpose of the implementation of processes that aim to replace... Knowledge: What is the focus of the research? Or, what was the question in this piece? Were there any assumptions? The focus of the research is to assess the values held by the students of the United Arab...
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The Police in the United Arab Emirates and the Justice System
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...Arab Emirates and the Justice System Task: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) legal system has emergedamong the top in a survey assessing the integrity of legal systems globally. The study encompassed sixty-six nations that included America. Surprisingly, UAE’s legal system adherence to the law surpassed that of America. The above study demonstrated the progress that UAE has realized in enforcing the law. This write-up seeks to study the legal system in UAE. The study of their legal system will evaluate the structure of the system, the statutes followed and professionals in their courts. Additionally, this write-up also analyzes the independence and integrity of the legal... ? The Police in the United Arab...
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