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Dubai Smart Contracting event - May 2018

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Location: The Palace Hotel, Downtown, Dubai

Don’t miss out on legal updates in the energy sector and join our SMART Contracting event in Dubai, taking place next month. 

This event would be of particular interest to contractors and operators and other professionals in the energy sector. 

Watch this video to find out more, or contact us to register via dubai.marketing@incelaw.com

Mohamed El Hawawy

Mohamed El Hawawy Joint Managing Partner, Dubai

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