Doing Business with Saudi Arabia

Author: Anthony Shoult
Publisher: GMB Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781905050673
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Business & Economics

This third edition of Doing Business with Saudi Arabia is the definitive English language guide to business practice and commercial opportunity in the Kingdom, the largest economy in the Middle East. This authoritative guide provides an up-to-date appraisal of the current economic and investment climate, a review of market potential in the key sectors, and unique âbest practiceâ advice on all aspects of commercial engagement with Saudi Arabia. Also included are detailed regional and sectoral profiles.

Doing Business with Saudi Arabia

Author: Anthony Shoult
Publisher: Gmb Pub Limited
ISBN: STANFORD:36105112667931
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Business & Economics

This short and accessible book aims to give an authoritative analysis of business best practice, combined with essential information for any business contemplating a commercial foray into the Saudi market.

Doing Business in Saudi Arabia

Author: Michael O'Kane
Publisher: Michael OKane
ISBN: 9780615431789
Release Date: 2013-03
Genre: Business & Economics

Now greatly expanded, with new sections covering the new Saudi mortgage law, dispute resolution and more!Doing business in Saudi Arabia can be perilous for the new enterprise but promises rich rewards. Those who wish to tap the commercial riches of doing business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia need this book. Unlike other books about doing business in the Kingdom, this practical guide will help you avoid the mistakes and pitfalls for the unwary. Among the topics covered are:Corporate FormationGovernment ContractsTort LawSaudi Powers of AttorneyBanking SystemIslamic FinancingOpening Bank AccountsCapital MarketsSecurities BusinessPrivate PlacementsForeign InvestmentImport StandardsCustomsContractor ClassificationTypes of Business EntitiesAgency and DistributionReal PropertyMortgage and Finance LawsConveyancingLiquidationLabor LawIntellectual PropertyTaxation (yes, there are taxes in Saudi Arabia)MiningE-Commerce and Data ProtectionWTO IssuesCorrupt PracticesDispute ResolutionThe New Saudi Arbitration Law...and more.Similar books sell for two or three times the price. Newly revised as of March, 2013, this book is an indispensable tool for any company seeking to open new business lines in the Kingdom.

Business and Entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia

Author: Edward Burton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119296188
Release Date: 2016-09-08
Genre: Business & Economics

An investor's crucial guide to the changing face of SaudiArabian business Business and Entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia is anessential reference guide, informing investors on the key issuesthat define how business will be done as the nation's family-ownedbusinesses change hands. Supported by the U.S.-Saudi ArabianBusiness Council, this book introduces the reader to the new Saudientrepreneur and explains why Saudi Arabia's boom deserves more ofthe world's attention. As the heads of family-owned businesses ageand corporate boards are reshaped, business practices will beinfluenced by the ascension of the country's young leaders.Interviews with young Saudi entrepreneurs describe the challenges,triumphs, failed attempts, and successful endeavors they experienceevery day as time-tested traditional models bump up against moremodern, innovative ideas and methods. The book's companion websitefeatures a variety of useful tools and documents that help readersimplement the concepts presented, and the firsthand informationprovides deep insight into the future of these companies. Saudi Arabia is profoundly influencing the technologicaladvances of multiple industries through increasing collaborationand in-country partnerships with communities around the world. Theevolution of the Kingdom's family-owned businesses is becoming moreimportant to investors as young Saudis claim their legacies, andthis book provides an insightful understanding of the changingnature of Saudi business. Meet the emerging entrepreneur class of Saudi Arabia Learn how the Saudi boom affects global business Discover what investors need to know about the Saudieconomy Examine how time and technology is reshaping the way businessis done Gain useful insight into the direction management of theKingdom's growth will take over the next five years The Saudi economy constitutes thirty percent of the Arab world'sGDP, and sixty percent of the population is under the age ofthirty. Business and Entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabiaprovides essential information investors need to navigate thechanging tide of doing business in Saudi Arabia.

CEO Guide to Doing Business in Middle East

Author: Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
Publisher: AA Global Sourcing Ltd
ISBN: 9781471785368
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Business etiquette

The UAE is situated in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman and Saudi Arabia. The UAE is a federation of seven Emirates each with its own Ruler. Saudi Arabia's command economy is petroleum-based; roughly 75% of budget revenues and 90% of export earnings come from the oil industry. Kuwait's economy is heavily dependent on oil revenues. The Kuwait government is keen on reducing the dependence on crude oil revenue. Bahrain is a small island with a population of just over 1 million people. Bahrain’s total area covers 770 sq km; it is the smallest of the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states and consists of 33 islands. The main source of Qatar’s wealth is its vast reserves of oil and natural gas (it has the world’s 3rd largest natural gas reserves) which have made it one of the richest countries in the world.

Saudi Arabia

Author: Intl Business Pubns Usa
ISBN: 1514527715
Release Date: 2015-06

Saudi Arabia: Doing Business and Investing in ... Guide Volume 1 Strategic, Practical Information, Regulations, Contacts

A legal guide to doing business in Saudi Arabia legal and practical advice on company regulations labor tax finance and dispute resolution

Author: Amgad T. Husein
ISBN: 041403211X
Release Date: 2013

Saudi Arabia has attracted investment from companies of all sizes-from closely-held companies to multinational conglomerates in the energy, defense, healthcare, finance and other sectors. What these companies have in common is a plethora of business opportunities, government contracts and widespread demand for goods and services. At the same time, doing business in Saudi Arabia can be riddled with challenges, including laws in a constant state of flux, the lack of binding judicial precedent and key regulations that remain unpublished. These challenges highlight the need for a clear guide that explains Saudi law not only as it is written, but also as it is applied. This need is fulfilled in the present volume. Beginning with a general introduction to Islamic law (Shariʿa), this Legal Guide outlines the many legal aspects of doing business in Saudi Arabia, from trade, agency and distribution to government tenders and procurement, labor law, mergers and acquisitions. The book, providing an overview of laws such as tax and privacy regulations applicable to all companies, concludes with a discussion of arbitration, litigation and other forms of dispute resolution available in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia Investment and Business Guide

Author: International Business Publications, USA
Publisher: Int'l Business Publications
ISBN: 9781438742441
Release Date: 2009-03-30
Genre: Business & Economics

Saudi Arabia Investment and Business Guide - Strategic and Practical Information

Doing Business with Jordan

Author: Philip Dew
Publisher: GMB Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 0749441410
Release Date: 2004-01-01
Genre: Business & Economics

Doing Business with Jordan presents Global Market Briefings' authoritative and insightful advice and information about the business and investment environment in Jordan, including the legal and regulatory frameworks, finance and banking, and marketing issues unique to the country. Following the privatisations of many formerly state-owned enterprises, Doing Business with Jordan provides a valuable examination of many of Jordan's vibrant sectors, and there is in-depth analysis of Jordan's special economic zones. Furthermore, Jordan is playing an enhanced role as a hub for trade with Iraq.