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Sharjah Investors Services Centre allows

                transactions to be completed in 60 minutes

       49  Sharjah  Investors  Services  Center
         (SAEED)  of Sharjah  Foreign Investment
         Office "Invest in Sharjah" announced the
         provision of  "Tasheel"  services within
         the center’s building  in Al Qasba to
         complete the transactions of  local and
         foreign  investors, in collaboration with
         the Ministry of  Human Resources and
         Emiratisation  and the Trust Center
         "Tasheel", which includes the opening of
         establishment registration and the permit

         This  collaboration aims  to expand the
         services provided to investors in Sharjah   Investors Services Center (SAEED)   for Sharjah Media City (Shams), health
         to save investors time and effort,   provides services  to the Economic   insurance services for all categories, and
         facilitate  their  business  and complete   Development Department as well as   services for the Sharjah Chamber of
         their transactions within a single platform   the Federal Authority for Identity and   Commerce and Industry.
         and in a record time  of not more than   Citizenship services, which provide
         60 minutes  to meet  all  their  needs  and   investors with all the services that   The center also provides the services of
         requirements.                     ensure the completion of government   the Notary  Public, the services of  the
                                           procedures related to passports and   Traffic and Licensing Department, and the
         In addition to Tasheel services, Sharjah   residences, as well as special services   services of the Municipality of Sharjah.

                  Air Arabia ranks first on Airfinance list of

                                     top 100 global airlines

         Air Arabia has ranked number one on
         Airfinance Journal’s list of top 100 global
         airlines, following the evaluation of the
         performance of 100 airlines worldwide,
         based on a set of operational and financial
         parameters, including total revenue, net
         income,  profit margins before  interest
         and taxes, depreciation and amortization
         of debt, fixed charges, liquidity, leverage,
         fleet size, and average age of fleet.
         Air Arabia came first for the first time,
         the list measured the financial and
         performance metrics of all 100 airlines’
         last twelve-month (LTM) figures from
         31 March 2019 to 31 March 2020, Air
         Arabia’s top overall ranking ahead of
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