The Southeast Asian country has been in crisis since the army seized power and detained civilian government leader Aung San Suu Kyi and much of her party leadership after the military complained of fraud in a November election.
This is due to entailed significant risks due to volatile market values, irrevocable transactions and are used in illegal actions.
India has granted the country’s beleaguered telecom giants a moratorium on spectrum payments until the end of March 2022, offering much-needed respite after the Supreme Court
As part of its commitment to support the digital transformation plan in the emirate of Ajman and improve the quality of all electronic payments, Ajman’s Department of Finance has announced that self-service kiosks
Dealing with cash in all revenues and fines transactions at Sharjah City Municipality has been stopped as of 15 July 2020, the municipality announced.
The Judicial Department in Abu Dhabi revealed that the number of labourers who received their dues in collective cases by moving to the mobile court amounted to about 53,000 workers, while the value of their dues reached Dhs577,218,466.