Doing business in the Middle East

October 20, 2023

Kreston Global has been doing business in the Middle East since the first member firm joined the network in Turkey in 1996. Since then, Kreston Global Middle East has been on a trajectory of expansion and innovation. Today, our network has over 800 expert staff stationed in 43 offices, across 12 countries.

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This extensive reach in the Middle East makes Kreston Global positioned to offer a wealth of services tailored to the complex financial landscapes of the region. Our localised insights coupled with global best practices put Kreston Global in the top 10 largest accounting networks in the region.

In this issue of Doing Business in the Middle East, we explore how Egypt and Turkey are keeping up with the growth of oil-producing countries in the Middle East, and how Saudi, Qatar and the UAE are making material changes to visions for the future that reduce reliance on oil-based GDP.

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The magazine includes features on transfer pricing, the new corporate tax rate in UAE and economic overviews of key investment countries and what is affecting foreign investment.