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UAE president increases private sector workers’ pensionable salary from AED60k to AED200k


His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, the president of the UAE, has recently amended the pension and retirement benefits law for Abu Dhabi private sectors workers who are citizens of the country by increasing their maximum pensionable salaries from AED60,000 to AED200,000 and the minimum amount from AED3,000 to AED6,000.

The amendment was made to strengthen the pension system in Abu Dhabi.

“Khalifa bin Zayed has issued a law amending some provisions of Law No. (2) of 2000 pertaining to civil retirement pensions and benefits. The law includes amendments that help strengthen the pension system in Abu Dhabi,” Abu Dhabi Media Office posted on its Twitter account.

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