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Commercial Legal Empowerment of Women in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia an Analytical Descriptive Study

PP: 1-13
doi:10.18576/jasu/060101
Author(s)
Aser Mohamed Abou Deif Amin,
Abstract
Over the past decades, trade has been a motivation to poverty reduction. Trade also reduces the gender gap, and reducing the differences between women and men can be by giving women more and better job opportunities, and that seizing the opportunity for women to trade freely will be more important in Post-Corona Pandemic World. The most open country creates equality between the sexes in various fields, especially in the field of trade. In order for the openness concerned with trade with the participation of women to be achieved, there must be a legal fence to be established that recognizes and regulates the work of women in the commercial field as merchants. The research concerned by the commercial law in Saudi Arabia, as it kept silent on establishing legal rules for women practicing trade merchants.

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