BLP eyes Indonesia move as part of South East Asian growth plan
Berwin Leighton Paisner is understood to be considering a tie up with a local firm in Indonesia as part of its wider plan to tap emerging markets via its new BLP Asia network. The firm, which recently formed an alliance with Legal Network Consultants (LNC) in Myanmar, is keen to boost the amount of work coming from existing clients whilst also acquiring new mandates in fast-growing countries where interest from multinationals is mounting.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is understood to be considering a tie-up with a local firm in Indonesia as part of a wider plan to tap emerging markets through its new BLP Asia network.
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