Slash and Earn
Southeast Europe is the region on the minds of managing partners, especially in Austrian firms. An intensely competitive corporate tax war has focused the attentions of both lawyers and investors in the region, while the EU's newest member states are enjoying growing levels of sophistication in their economics. Antony Collins reports
Historically, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) has been viewed as a closely integrated, even homogenous, region. But, while links and deal flow there are strong, a battle to attract investors has been brewing that has revealed strong regional rivalries. It is this competition that is setting the local agenda for law firms.
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