Hong Kong Law Society urges Taiwan to open legal market to local firms
Hong Kong law firms could soon be permitted to open offices in Taiwan following a campaign by the city's law society to encourage fair treatment of foreign outfits in the country. Firms based in Hong Kong are not currently allowed to launch in Taiwan or advise on Taiwanese law, despite an absence of such restrictions on firms from the UK and US.
City calls for fair treatment as HK firms eye growing business opportunities in country
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