Independent Firms in Europe: Southern pride
While Portuguese law firms, buoyed up by the rapid growth of their home market, are predicting a strong period of growth, their Spanish counterparts are taking a rare temperate view on the future. Meanwhile, the Italian firms are playing their global rivals at their own game. Jan Harvey reports
While Italy proved one of the most popular targets for UK and US firms in the late 1990s, it has proved a tougher nut to crack than many.
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