Advocate Ghada Mohamed Darwish Karbon has participated in the annual conference of the International Bar Association (IBA) held in Sydney, from
She took part in the prestigious conference in Australia as a speaker of IBA Arab Regional Forum, representing Qatar.
IBA is one of the world’s most prominent non-governmental organisations dedicated to the global legal profession, with a membership of more than 80,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations and law societies spanning over
Speaking at the conference, Ghada M D Karbon said Qatar has created the most attractive investment environment in the entire Arab region. “This has been demonstrated through an integrated and interrelated set of laws, legislations and government procedures that work together in harmony. Moreover, Qatar has overcome the current crisis thanks to the vision of the country’s leaders.
“Australian citizens do not require a prior visa to enter Qatar. Law entitles foreigners, including Australian nationals, to own up to 49% of a company’s shares as a general rule. Furthermore, with prior authorisation from the competent minister, the stake may be raised to 100%.
“Also Qatari laws provide a comprehensive legal system for non-Qatari companies to establish their branches in Qatar once a contract has been executed with any governmental body,” she added.
Ghada M Darwish law firm offers best-in-class legal services to investors who wish to establish a business in Qatar. The firm has won several awards for the best local law firm in Qatar.
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