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freeze on government service fees in Dubai has been extended till 2023

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A stop on government service fees set up in Dubai has been reached out till 2023. Aside from the expansion of the freeze, no new fees will be forced, with the exception of while presenting “new crucial services”.

The three-year freeze declared in March 2018 will keep on being set up. The choice will help guarantee economic and social strength as the world reels under the effect of Covid-19.

The move is in accordance with the mandates of His Highness Sheik Mohammed canister Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

Sheik Hamdan canister Mohammed container Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, given the choice on Tuesday to reinforce the Emirate’s competitiveness, pull in entrepreneurs and financial backers, and stay up with market patterns.

The Crown Prince said the move helps raise the flexibility of Dubai’s businesses and facilitates any monetary difficulties they may have because of the predominant circumstance.

The choice additionally exhibits Dubai government’s adaptability and spryness in managing a “moving worldwide financial scene”.

The move supplements the five economic stimulus packages dispatched by the Dubai Government since March 2020 with the point of assisting businesses with holding over the repercussions of the pandemic.

The wide-going help measures worth Dh7.1 billion guaranteed that the momentary effect of Covid-19 didn’t convert into long haul economic difficulties.

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