Legal Developments: Pastures new
With companies and law firms increasingly looking overseas for investment opportunities, many countries are reforming once-restrictive commercial regimes to attract business. Carolyn Boyle reports
With the global economy on the upturn, attracting investment and encouraging commercial activity have become key priorities. Administrations around the world are launching a series of new initiatives to make it easier for companies to set up shop in their jurisdictions. Incorporation procedures are being streamlined, outmoded regulations updated and company regimes remodelled to reflect today’s commercial realities.
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