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  • Ireland Economic Update 2014 : a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    News Events Publications Notices News Events Publications Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce 10th November 2014 The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce would like to draw your attention to this interesting and informative new document that provides an update on the progress of the Irish economy This quarterly economic report provides a summary of the significant sector trends evident in Ireland and the Arab region Downloads AICC Quarterly Report Oct 28th pdf The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity or minefield Saudi Arabia Ireland Working Together A special Supplement with the Irish

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  • The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    of the Arab Irish Journal is packed with useful information reports and trends relevant to business in the Middle East Learn the 10 reasons why all companies should give Jordan consideration when making a decision to have a presence in the Middle East North Africa There is an interview with Ex Irish Ambassador to Saudi Arabia HE Dr Niall Holohan and HE Patrick Hennessy Ireland s Ambassador to the UAE discusses the rising number of Irish companies doing business in the Emirates Read Minister Pascal Donohoe s address at the European Union League of Arab States Ministerial Meeting in Athens in June DM3 Institute s Program Director Richard MacLaren tells Lynne Nolan about the explosive growth in digital marketing activity in the hospitality sector in the Middle East Find out about the factors that contributed to the global success story of the Irish powdered infant formula industry Relive the excitement that was the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby And lots more Keep up with what s happening in the Arab Irish business world the Autumn issue of the Arab Irish Journal is now available by clicking on the pdf below Downloads The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Autumn 2014 The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products

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  • Clyde & Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter – a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region. | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    topics of interest to anyone involved in the education sector in the Middle East especially the Gulf and North Africa This inaugural issue highlights the new kindergarten regulations recently issued in Qatar there is an interview with Ross Barfoot Clyde Co s Head of Education for MENA discussing trends we are currently seeing in the regional education sector and it covers Clyde Co s participation this year at the Education Investment MENA Conference Each newsletter will feature an article of the month market updates and insight and a Q A interview relevant to the sector The MENA Education Newsletter can be accessed here Any feedback or suggestions for future topics may be sent to ross barfoot clydeco com The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its

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  • Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa: opportunity or minefield? | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    agreement and appoint a new distributor the registered local distributor may apply to block the import of products through the new distributor This can effectively prevent the manufacturer from supplying the market through anyone other than the registered distributor Right to compensation if the manufacturer seeks to terminate the distribution agreement through the courts the local distributor will be entitled to seek compensation As a general rule the courts will award damages to the distributor for direct costs incurred such as hiring and training staff advertising costs and finance costs on loan facilities capital investment in the business setting up showrooms shops and service facilities and in many cases loss of profit In assessing a claim for loss of profit the courts will usually look at net profit generated by the local distributor over previous years and use this as a basis to calculate the net profit that would have been earned had the agreement not been terminated Often compensation will be awarded even if the local distributor has breached the terms of the agreement such as by failing to reach agreed sales targets or failing to adequately promote the products Moderate states This category includes countries such as Saudi Arabia Kuwait Jordan Iraq Libya and Bahrain where the commercial agency laws provide certain statutory provisions favourable to local distributors but allow the manufacturer some flexibility to terminate an existing distribution agreement and or appoint a new distributor The typical features of these moderate regimes are as follows Foreign law and arbitration clauses are generally accepted as a general rule the courts will uphold and enforce clauses that provide for a foreign governing law and for disputes to be referred to the courts of a foreign jurisdiction or to arbitration Possibility to de register the agreement upon the expiration of the term while the local distributor will be entitled to register the agreement this does not necessarily prohibit the manufacturer from terminating the agreement In Saudi Arabia for example once the term of an agreement has expired the courts will generally accept that the manufacturer may exercise its right to not renew the agreement without having to provide further justification Unlikely for the products to be blocked at customs there are no legal provisions or mechanisms which allow a local distributor to request a block of the import of products into the state There may however be informal mechanisms that allow the distributor to disrupt the relationship with customers or interfere with market access Limited rights for compensation The local distributor will generally have a right to compensation on the termination or expiry of the distribution agreement but this will usually be limited to damages to actual costs incurred rather than speculative loss of profits or punitive damages Free market states This category includes countries such as the territory of Palestine and Algeria where there are no specific commercial agency laws and the manufacturer has a largely unfettered right to terminate and appoint distributors in accordance with the terms of

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  • Saudi Arabia & Ireland: Working Together - A special Supplement with the Irish Independent | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    A special Supplement with the Irish Independent June 2014 This special supplement published on June 26th 2014 in association with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Ireland explores trade links and business opportunities between the two countries Read about the Irish companies that are getting ahead in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and on page 7 there is an article by Ahmad R Younis Secretary General of the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce explaining the role of the Chamber in Ireland Downloads Irish independent Saudi June 26 6 14 pdf The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity

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  • AICC Special Report : Arab Irish Trade Figures 2013 | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    by 24m or 62 The drop in imports is accounted for by a fall in shipments of oil from Algeria Saudi Arabia 642m the United Arab Emirates 289m and Egypt 138m remain as Ireland s biggest markets in the Arab world while Algeria 157m and Libya 164m together account for 64 of Ireland s imports from the region The main export categories are soft drink concentrates baby formula medical pharmaceutical products agrifood telecommunications and computer equipment The main imports from the region are oil and petroleum products fertilizers food clothing and various kinds of machinery and equipment A notable development has been the resumption of live cattle exports mainly to Libya with an increase from 6 0m in 2012 to 22m in 2013 These year end figures reflect a number of different factors at work including political unrest in some markets the impact of patent removal in the pharmaceutical sector and the global economic slowdown generally says Joe Geoghegan Chairman of the AICC However they also show growth in many sectors especially those which are served by indigenous Irish exporters and the improving economic outlook for the region should see a return to positive growth in 2014 he added The figures for exports of services are not yet available but they are expected to show a total value in excess of that for merchandise exports with a healthy growth rate over 2012 While the figures for the volume of trade between Ireland and the Arab markets reveal a decrease of 4 compared to 2012 the total value is nonetheless particularly impressive standing at 1 6bn Arab imports for the year meanwhile decreased by 50 which is primarily down to the importation of petroleum from this region explained Ahmad R Younis Secretary General of AICC The Secretary General went on to

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  • Special supplement on The Arab Markets from The Sunday Business Post is now available | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    Updates Notices News Events Publications Notices News Events Publications Special supplement on The Arab Markets from The Sunday Business Post is now available March 2014 This special supplement published on March 30 th in association with the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce explores Arab Irish trade links and business opportunities Find out about the Irish companies that are getting ahead in the Gulf and how you can improve your business in the Middle East Full pdf available here The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity or minefield Saudi Arabia Ireland Working Together A special Supplement with the Irish Independent AICC

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  • The Arab-Irish Journal : Spring 2014 issue is now available | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    delegation to Saudi Qatar and the UAE which was carried out by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Richard Bruton TD and proved to be a resounding success Read about how Tourism Ireland is promoting The Wild Atlantic Way in the Middle East and about the upcoming Dublin Arabic Film Festival plus lots more All members of the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce will receive a copy of The Arab Irish Journal by post If you are not a member you can request a copy by email from info aicc ie or you can download it by clicking on the Arab Irish Journal link below Downloads The Arab Irish Journal The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends

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