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Lebanon has a very well developed financial technology (Fintech) sector. Due to its advanced fintech ecosystem, 14% of the MENA region’s startups are hosted in Lebanon.
The Biogas Market of Ukraine and its Potential – A Brief Introduction The biogas market of Ukraine is just at its very beginning. Feed-in-tariffs and other legislative incentives provide a huge potential for the production of electricity and heat by biogas plants in Ukraine.
The economic sanctions imposed on Iran, accelerated a shift from resource-based industry to a knowledge-based industry.
Shanda Consult offers assistance in refunding of increased withholding tax, which has been withheld by Indian Tax Authorities related to the NJA status of Cyprus between 01/11/2013 and 31/03/2017.
Despite the global and regional economic challenges Lebanon has maintained its financial stability over the past quarter century. The financial sector, especially the banking sector has grown rapidly over the past years.
Lebanon is approved by shareholders of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, to become a member.
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has sealed a MoU with Japan’s Toyo Engineering Corporation to increase natural gas production and to renovate the oilfield’s facilities.
The Parliament of Cyprus has recently approved the proposal of amending the rules for determining tax residency of individuals in Cyprus. Thus individuals can claim tax residence status without staying 183 days in Cyprus in the given tax year.
The farming company EkoProd AT in Volnovakha, District of Donetsk, invested in a biogas plant with a planned installed capacity of 3 MW. The biogas plant will produce heat and electricity, which will be enough for 3.500 households in Volnovakha.
After many non-bank credit institutions were subject to bankruptcy, CBI received ultimatum from the Parliament to regulate the non-bank credit institutions.
UK Lebanon Tech Hub received a fund of $ 6.4 million from the Central Bank of Lebanon and from the British Embassy as an investment. The funds will be used to foster the entrepreneurial ecosystem and to improve the knowledge economy in the country.
The managing director of Shanda Consult, Mr Stefan Nolte, will be in Beirut for business meetings and negotiations from 18 to 22 July 2017. Mr Nolte will visit several industrial entities as well as good old business associates.