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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that taxing sugary drinks can lead to lower consumption and help to reduce obesity, type-two diabetes, and tooth decay. Read Full Story
The regulators of the Dubai International Financial Center and the Abu Dhabi Global Market have agreed to support each other on enforcing international financial market regulations. Read Full Story
The world's leading international bodies on tax matters have agreed to work jointly to progress international tax reform. Read Full Story
The Abu Dhabi Global Market, a new free zone in the United Arab Emirates, aims to become a regional hub for financial technology, or "fintech," its chairperson, Ahmed Al Sayegh, said during the Global Financial Markets Forum 2016. Read Full Story
Officials from the Abu Dhabi Global Market, a free zone in the United Arab Emirates, and the Abu Dhabi Exchange recently visited Shanghai, China, to meet with representatives of key Chinese financial authorities and institutions. Read Full Story
Luxembourg and the Philippines have signed a social security agreement, with special provisions for seafarers working on vessels bearing the flag of either territory. Read Full Story
In a recent meeting with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Center for Tax Policy, the Labuan International Business and Financial Center confirmed that it remains committed to upholding its legal framework in line with internationally-agreed tax standards and best practices. Read Full Story
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has welcomed Burkina Faso and Cameroon to the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes. Read Full Story
The Dubai Financial Services Authority has launched a consultation on proposals to enhance its Rulebook for financial services entities, to promote improved compliance with international standards. Read Full Story
The regulator of the Dubai International Financial Centre, the Dubai Financial Services Authority has announced that it has entered into a supplementary agreement to further boost cooperation with the China Banking Regulatory Commission. Read Full Story
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