Only a few days after large foreign firms in Brazil received some troublesome news about their ability to operate in the country, many of those same firms got another dose of bad news, this time about their aspirations to gain a foothold in India.

India’s Ministry of Law and Justice issued two statements on behalf of The Bar Council of India stating that the regulatory body “has decided not to permit foreign lawyers into India.”

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