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						The Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism (DET), in collaboration with the Dubai Free Zones Council, announced the launch of the Dubai Unified License (DUL), a unique commercial identifier provided to all businesses in Dubai in order to simplify various business processes.

The DUL initiative introduces a single digital registry that unites all economic institutions of Dubai and its free zones into a single platform for data management, collection and exchange, serving as a reliable single digital source of information.

A single Dubai license will facilitate access to company information for government agencies, service providers and the public. Enterprises will be assigned a license number specific to the mainland or the free zone where they are registered, which will increase efficiency, transparency and accountability.

The Dubai Corporation for Issuing Business Licenses of the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism will monitor the operation, management, development and supervision of the DUL system. And the Dubai Free Zones Council will coordinate with each free zone to regularly contact license holders to collect updated license data and contact information.

Link to source: https://mediaoffice.ae/en/news/2023/December/11-12/Dubai-Department-of-Economy-and-Tourism-launches-Dubai-Unified-Licence

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