How UAE's property sector may be impacted by 5% levy

The UAE’s Ministry of Finance has yet to issue specific guidance in relation to VAT on residential and commercial property. A five per cent value-added tax (VAT) on property transactions is expected to impact only big-ticket investors and those dealing …
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