Benelux: Three become one
While the concept of Benelux as a political entity may have been obsolete for almost half a century, from a commercial perspective the market has remained cohesive. Sophie Evans asks if it is time for the region's law firms to start reflecting this reality
In the eyes of Europe’s lawyers, Benelux is something of a disputed territory. However, rather than fighting over it, the legal world is undecided on whether it even truly exists.
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