A study conducted by Alliance Business Centers Network
said that the UAE would be least affected by the imposition of VAT because it is one of the lowest globally compared to countries such as the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Mexico, South Africa and Australia.
A study by the Alliance Business Centers Network
(ABCN) indicates that among Arab countries, Tunisia imposes the highest VAT at 18 per cent while Algeria imposes a rate of 17 per cent and Egypt 14 per cent.
The recent recovery in Dubai's real estate market has led to an increase in office rents, pushing companies towards renting offices through business centres due to the conveniences they offer and their lower operating costs, according to Alliance Business Centers Network
Our co-operation with Dubai FDI facilitates attracting international companies to Dubai and our recent MoU with Dubai FDI will help us further enhance this critical strength," said Sherif Kamel, chief executive officer, Alliance Business Centers Network
. -- TradeArabia News Service
Lastly, participate as contributing members of key industry associations such as Alliance Business Centers Network
(ABCN), American Lawyers Quarterly (ALQ), Commercial Law League of America (CLLA), National Judgment Network, Texas Association of Mediators (TAM), and American Credit & Collections Association (ACCA).
Rombourne has become affiliated with a global network of similar operators called the Alliance Business Centers Network
Alliance Business Centers Network
comprised of smaller, locally owned office business centers -- has locations at 521 Fifth Ave., 575 Madison Ave., 2 Penn Plaza and 44 Wall St.
Conducted by the Alliance Business Centers Network
(ABCN), the study noted that the UAE has the lowest VAT rate at five per cent - along with Taiwan - in the Arab world, and globally too.
Because it's closely allied with the world-wide Alliance Business Centers Network
, Office Gallery is able to offer offices and services throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
Asked which was the best choice among the four remaining contenders, a whopping 57 per cent of 1,000 executives from world-leading business centre Alliance Business Centers Network
(ABCN) in 28 countries around Europe, America, Asia and Australia, voted in favour of Dubai.