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Column: Brexit would create uncertainty for Indian businesses
Financial Express

How a Brexit could impact Indian businesses in the UK: Intervi...

UK's trade relationship is independent of Brexit, says Zaiwalla As Britain approaches the last week before the June 23 referendum to decide whether it will stay inside the European Union (EU) or exit ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Why immigration should be top priority for London's next mayor, 1 month ago

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Khaleej Times, 2 weeks ago
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Panama Papers: I-T contacts Ajitabh's Bofors lawyer in London

The Income Tax department, it is learnt, wrote to Zaiwalla last month and requested his assistance in the ongoing inquiry into the Panama Papers. The Income Tax department is learnt to have contacted London-based lawyer Sarosh Zaiwalla in connection ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

India and Iran can start a new chapter in banking: Sarosh Zaiwalla

As sanctions over Iran ease Tehran is slowly getting integrated into the global financial system that will enable country to realise its full potential. Assisting Iran in this process is Sarosh Zaiwalla , an eminent international lawyer based in ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Iran-India top level talks crucial  24x7 News1 month ago

Re: Prescribing sodium oxybate for narcolepsy: end the postcode lottery and apply some common sense

Zeman and Zaiwalla's call for the ending of the irrational and inconsistent rationing of sodium oxybate for the treatment of narcolepsy should be welcomed. 1. It is of note that a recent case in the High Court, reported in the Telegraph newspaper, ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago Prescribing sodium oxybate for narcolepsy: end the postcode lottery and apply some common sense  British Medical Journal1 month ago

A Chancery Lane-based international law firm, Zaiwalla & Co Solicitors has made an important contribution to a landmark case regarding the Dutch Court's decision regarding the Yukos Award of $50 billion against the Russian Federation.

The award was set aside on the grounds that the Energy Charter Treaty was not valid because it was not approved by the Russian Parliament under their constitution of 1993. However, the law firm advised the Russian Federation to take an ...
 All About Law1 month ago

Mixed reactions from expats

The United Kingdom on Friday voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum that has already started to be felt across the global economy, including the strong Middle East market. It will take at least two years for the UK to exit and ...
 Gulf in the Media3 days ago Mixed reactions from expats  The Gulf Today3 days ago

What #BREXIT means for you and me

Arvind Sukumar CNBC-TV18 Brexit.Brexit.Brexit.Brexit.Brexit. It's everywhere. Has been for the last few months, if not weeks. Every newspaper, news station, current-affairs website, and what-have-you is inundated with pundits political, ...
 Moneycontrol.com4 days ago

Mideast investors remain cautious

DUBAI: The majority of the Middle East businessmen especially in the UAE, prefer the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union (EU), and renegotiate its position. Middle-East investors have continued to buy real estate in the UK despite fears ...
 The Gulf Today4 days ago
Khaleej Times

Brexit referendum: RBI, Sebi gear up, step up vigil

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Wednesday that it is ready for any eventuality in the run up to the 'Brexit' referendum today (June 23), while the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) and stock exchanges have beefed up their ...
 DNA India5 days ago Brexit will hamper movement of professionals from India to UK  Economic Times1 week ago Brexit: Don't burn the bridge, old blighty  Economic Times1 week ago What a Brexit would mean to Middle East  Khaleej Times2 weeks ago

Can the Middle East weather the financial storm if the UK leaves the EU?

The UK economy is expected to be hit hard if it decides to leave the European Union bloc after two days but Middle Eastern and Gulf countries might not feel the heat, according to industry experts. Britain will vote in a referendum tomorrow on ...
 Albawaba1 week ago Middle East may not feel...  Khaleej Times1 week ago
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