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        Breakfast Briefing: The Challenges of VAT

        Join us as we discuss how to avoid litigation in relation to VAT issues in the UAE. 
         

        Date
        01 October 2018 07:30
        to
        01 October 2018 09:30

        Locations
        Capital Club
        DIFC
        Dubai
        United Arab Emirates

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        Haytham Alieh and James Fox of DWF Middle East invite you to join an informative breakfast briefing to discuss VAT in the UAE on Monday, 1 October 2018 at Capital Club, DIFC, Dubai with Brian Tilly, Christine Awad and Thomas Vanhee.
         
        On 1 January 2018, the UAE government implemented VAT in which a standard rate of 5% is charged on most goods and services. However, challenges have aroused with this new tax in the UAE.
         
        Join us for an interactive panel discussion with esteemed experts as we discuss topics in relation to VAT issues which will include but are not limited to: the best practice to avoid fines, pre-litigation steps to take if you have been fined and formal litigation processes.

        Monday 1 October 2018

        08:30 – 10:30am

        Capital Club, DIFC, Dubai

        Meet the speakers

        James Fox

        • Partner // Head of Dispute Resolution (Middle East)

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