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Labour laws and workmen's compensation, 1962
This file contains correspondence on: Suggestion from Emile Bustani, the Chairman of the Contracting and Trading Company, regarding the provision for overtime in the new Abu Dhabi labour law Translation of the law Discussion of whether a workman’s compensation law is needed in the Trucial States and in Abu Dhabi
Economic development, 1962
This file contains correspondence relating to: Possible contribution of Kuwait and Abu Dhabi to the Trucial States Development Scheme (TSDS), the future of HMG control over the scheme and development of the Trucial States (61) Press release on the successful conclusion of negotiations between the Ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Shakhbut Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and consultant engineering firms Sir William Halcrow & Partners Limited and Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick & Partners, covering all aspects of development; and the operation of Halcrow and Scott Wilson as Abu Dhabi Consultants (62, 78)
Frontiers between Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia in area of Buraimi, 1958
This file relates to the dispute over Buraimi.
Political relations between Saudi Arabia and UK. Code BS file 1051 (papers 45 to 56), 1959
This file relates to efforts to restore diplomatic relations between Britain and Saudi Arabia. It contains correspondence concerning: P Dixon's meeting with UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjöld. The latter accepts Britain's basic position for the restoration of relations, but is reluctant to identify himself with the British position prematurely (45) Revised draft of Hammarskjöld's reply to Prince Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud. HMG agrees to the text, but asks for a delay in its despatch until the Sultan of Muscat and the Ruler of Abu Dhabi are informed of the proposals.
Postal service, 1962
This file relates to postal services in the Trucial States. It contains correspondence concerning: Note on the possible transfer of control of the Dubai Post Office to the Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum [enclosed] and questions of international services, income, advisors and the production of stamps.