Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 31 by Dennis Campbell

By Dennis Campbell

With this variation of the Comparative legislation Yearbook of foreign enterprise, skilled practitioners learn a variety of matters on the subject of company and funding legislation in Taiwan, Serbia, Switzerland, Japan, Greece, Germany, and the eu Union, take care of franchising concerns in Ukraine, Spain, Italy, and the assessment points of net governance and legal responsibility. within the Miscellaneous component of the Yearbook, practitioners overview financial disaster and insolvency in Arab nations, employment of expatriates in Nigeria, alternate controls in Venezuela, rules of normal fuel markets in Greece, and assurance mediation in Spain.

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