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Doing Business In: Latin America

Diaz Reus International Law Firm & Alliance

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2020 Business Law Trends in Latin America The pandemic has triggered the most profound humanitarian, health, and economic crisis the region has faced in a century. The evolving regulatory landscape, owing to ongoing efforts to confront COVID-19 and protect public health and safety, creates a broad range of novel legal concerns for businesses in Latin …

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Doing Business In: Peru

Hernández & Cía. Abogados

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Peru’s sustained economic growth over the past three decades, bolstered by the implementation and development of a reliable macroeconomic and legal framework, offers the stability that every foreign investor needs. This stability has encouraged public and private investment, whose increase is reflected in the proliferation of investment projects in various economic sectors of the country …

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Doing Business In: The Philippines

Martinez Vergara Gonzalez & Serrano

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Economic growth through productive foreign investments and trade has been the policy of the government leading to liberalization of laws on foreign investments and granting incentives for and easing restrictions on such investments. To this end, several legislative reforms were enacted over the past two years aimed to boost the country’s global competitiveness and attract …

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Doing Business In: Banking and finance

DLA Piper

DLA Piper advises some of the largest financial services companies and institutions on both their day-to-day operations and wider strategic objectives. Uncertain economies demand legal strategies that address regulatory and enforcement risks and the costs of compliance. We help our clients contend with legal issues in banking – including restructurings, regulatory demands and the compliance …

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Doing Business In: Egypt

Matouk Bassiouny & Hennawy

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INVESTMENT CLIMATE Egypt is the most populated country in the Middle East and the third most populous in Africa, with over 100 million inhabitants. Egypt occupies a strategic position. It is in the heart of the MENA region and is a major country in both the Arab world and Africa. Egypt has one of the …

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Doing Business In: Sweden

Hammarskiöld

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1. 5 REASONS TO DO BUSINESS IN SWEDEN Below we have listed five main advantages of doing business in Sweden: 1. Sweden is an impressive supplier of innovative solutions and products in a broad range of business areas particularly in the tech sector. Sweden is being regarded as an incubator for high-tech start-ups. The Swedish …

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Doing Business In: Doing Business in Malaysia

Raja, Darryl & Loh

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INTRODUCTION Located south of Thailand and north of Indonesia, Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia (sometimes called the Malay Peninsula) and the 2 states of Sarawak and Sabah on the island of Borneo.  Peninsular Malaysia (formerly called Malaya) had been colonised by the British and became independent in 1957.  In 1963, Sarawak and Sabah joined Malaya and …

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Doing Business In: Turkey

KILINÇ LAW & CONSULTING

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CHANGES IN 2019 VERSUS 2018 – WHAT HAS CHANGED IN THE LAST YEAR THAT HAS IMPACTED THE WAY BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED? As one of the worldly renowned reports on foreign investment, World Bank annually releases a “Doing Business” guide that evaluates the fundamentals of every country and assessing where the country ranks against the rest …

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Doing Business In: Dominican Republic

Guzmán Ariza

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INTRODUCTION The Dominican Republic has been the fastest-growing economy in the region since 2014. With a population of 10.8 million inhabitants and a GDP of $85.5 billion USD, it is the tenth largest economy in Latin America and the largest in the Caribbean region. The Dominican economy, formerly dependent on the export of agricultural commodities, …

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Doing Business In: Argentina

Estudio O'Farrell

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Index The constitutional and political system Relevant corporate law matters Labor and immigration considerations Rural Land Law Security Zone Approval Regulation for the acquisition of services or goods by the Administration Imports and Exports Relevant Tax matters View the full Doing Business in Argentina Guide here

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Doing Business In: Taiwan

Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law

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Taiwan is located in Asia along the Pacific Ring of Fire. Its neighboring countries include, among others, Korea, Japan, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and the Philippines. This strengthens Taiwan’s position as an attractive economic hub for major economies and emerging markets.   Economy In 50 years starting from 1949, Taiwan went from an …

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Doing Business In: Australia

Piper Alderman

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Australia is a land of great natural beauty and boundless opportunity. Despite often turbulent global financial conditions, Australia’s economy continues to be one of the world’s most stable. Sound governance creates certainty for foreign investment and Australia’s skilled workforce, ties to Asia and success in key industries makes Australia a great place for doing business. …

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