Mondaq Middle East & Africa - Saudi Arabia: Transport
Clyde & Co
The ambition and projects set out in Vision 2030 to make Saudi Arabia a logistics and maritime hub necessitated the expansion and regulation of the maritime industry.
Clyde & Co
In January 2019, Saudi Arabia introduced for the first time a bespoke commercial maritime law, indicating the importance of maritime trade and labour to its economy and development plans.
Clyde & Co
The government authorities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are collectively working on improving the investment environment, as part of the National Transformation Plan and Vision 2030.
Mahayni
The Commercial Maritime Law consists of 391 articles.
Mahayni
Saudi Arabia has been a member of the International Maritime Organization since 1969. During the past few months, Saudi Arabia has significantly built up its maritime regulatory framework.
Clyde & Co
Saudi Arabia is implementing drastic changes to transform the Saudi market, attract substantive foreign investors (Investors) ...
Clyde & Co
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's (KSA) unprecedented reforms also means changes to the transport sector, with significant investments expected in seaports, road ...
Al Tamimi & Company
The transport sector has witnessed a great deal of growth across the MENA region. Following such growth, transport disputes are naturally expected to increase.
Al Tamimi & Company
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently approved its revised Strategic Plan 2017-2021 to align with the Dubai Government's Drive Dubai (10X Initiative), the UAE National Agenda and the Dubai 2021 Plan.
Kennedys
The General Authority of Civil Aviation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (the GACA) has approved the new Executive Regulations for Consumers'Rights Protection (the Regulations) which will come into force...
Clyde & Co
When assessing a constructive total loss of a ship, should the value of salvage services incurred prior to the issuance of a Notice of Abandonment be taken into account?
Clyde & Co
On 4 January 2013, the Decision No. 01/12 dated 1 January 2013 ratifying the Executive Regulations on the Activity of Contractors of Sea Goods Transport was published in the Saudi official gazette, Umm Al-Qura.
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The Commercial Maritime Law consists of 391 articles.
Clyde & Co
The ambition and projects set out in Vision 2030 to make Saudi Arabia a logistics and maritime hub necessitated the expansion and regulation of the maritime industry.
Mahayni
Saudi Arabia has been a member of the International Maritime Organization since 1969. During the past few months, Saudi Arabia has significantly built up its maritime regulatory framework.
Clyde & Co
In January 2019, Saudi Arabia introduced for the first time a bespoke commercial maritime law, indicating the importance of maritime trade and labour to its economy and development plans.
Clyde & Co
The government authorities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are collectively working on improving the investment environment, as part of the National Transformation Plan and Vision 2030.
Clyde & Co
Saudi Arabia is implementing drastic changes to transform the Saudi market, attract substantive foreign investors (Investors) ...
Clyde & Co
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's (KSA) unprecedented reforms also means changes to the transport sector, with significant investments expected in seaports, road ...
Al Tamimi & Company
The transport sector has witnessed a great deal of growth across the MENA region. Following such growth, transport disputes are naturally expected to increase.
Al Tamimi & Company
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently approved its revised Strategic Plan 2017-2021 to align with the Dubai Government's Drive Dubai (10X Initiative), the UAE National Agenda and the Dubai 2021 Plan.
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