On June 7, 1981, the Gulf Cooperation Council signed the United Economic Agreement in Riyadh that provides guidelines on forming a GCC company in the UAE and other states under the GCC.
GCC nationals can own 100% shares of commercial and professional companies either in sole-establishment or partnership setup.
A GCC national who needs to have a non-GCC national as a partner can only set up a limited liability company, and The UAE national shareholder must own 51% of the shares.
GCC companies wholly owned by GCC shareholders can open branches in the UAE mainland without the need to be referred to the Ministry of Economy.
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We are well versed in dealing with GCC Nationals, which intends to establish a company in UAE. We can offer peer-less service by providing professional guidance to assist GCC Nationals in setting up a company with an ideal capital structure.