Elections have taken place across the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region this year, including in Hungary and the Czech and Slovak republics. The resulting coalition Governments have had important ramifications for the way businesses operate in each country, with a knock-on effect for local law firms. Many advisers are still focused on the busy infrastructure sector in the region, in particular flagship road projects and the much-touted alternative energy industries.
With newly-elected Governments shaking up business procedures and the continued after-effects of the financial crisis, the last 12 months have been a mixed bag for law firms in the CEE. Emily Jupp reports
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