Why UAE's new bankruptcy law is a boon for business

Businessmen will no more have to face arrest or legal prosecution for unpaid debts, nor do they have to flee the country. Businessmen will no more have to face arrest or legal prosecution for unpaid debts, nor do they have to flee the country – as many had …
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