Mondaq Asia Pacific: Strategy
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Nick Abrahams predicts where the deal activity involving companies in the tech industry in Australia will focus in 2015.
Moore Stephens
This month looks at retail - the U.S. Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales and our 'Click Frenzy' and Boxing Day Sales.
Moore Stephens
Many AREITs are now trading above their net asset values so we recommend investors retain a modest underweight exposure.
R&P China Lawyers
More and more foreign companies are taking control of their distribution and managing their own retail sales in China.
Dacheng Law Offices
Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong take cheap personal loans to invest in profitable financial products on the mainland.
ZEUS Law Associates
In a dynamic economic climate, sudden and unexpected change in the ownership and management of a business is a cause for concern for both internal and external stakeholders.
EY
Globally, organizations are facing multiple challenges around managing the complex issue of business performance.
Mansukhlal Hiralal & Company
Maharashtra Government has very recently revised the process of buying a stamp paper.
Nishith Desai Associates
With Indian companies rapidly expanding their presence internationally, there has been an increased keenness in companies operating in high growth sectors to migrate their holding company structures from India to reputed offshore jurisdictions.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Senior Foreign Counsel Shamim Razavi discusses the fuel subsidy challenges faced by Indonesia's new government.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The new President will need to address corruption, the fuel subsidy, infrastructure development and foreign investment.
Chapman Tripp
2015 is dubbed the year of the "Goldilocks" economy – not too hot, not too cold, maybe "just right" for capital markets.
Chapman Tripp
Labour's proposals to make KiwiSaver compulsory for employees, and to vary contribution rates, raise interesting issues.
Russin & Vecchi
The Government in Vietnam still controls large components of the electricity industry, including the price.
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Singh & Associates
The creation or absorption of new technology has become a vital component for companies to improve or maintain their competitive position in the market place.
TMF Group
The three largest economies in Asia – China, Japan and India – also happen to be three of the biggest oil importers in the world, trailing only the US.
Russin & Vecchi
This article is a brief discussion of the legal framework for telecommunications and postal activities in Vietnam.
Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP
What do Napoleonic warfare and IP protection in China have to do with each other? Answer: More than you can imagine.
Russin & Vecchi
The Government in Vietnam still controls large components of the electricity industry, including the price.
TMF Group
India’s latest budget promised to bring a quantum leap to the country’s economic growth; our local expert, and President of the Bombay Chartered Accountants' Society, gives his view.
Russin & Vecchi
The article discusses regulation of franchising, which is well suited to Vietnam's strong culture of entrepreneurship.
Mansukhlal Hiralal & Company
Maharashtra Government has very recently revised the process of buying a stamp paper.
Foley & Lardner
This post is the fifth in Foley’s blog series, "Realizing the Potential of Telemedicine in China," meant to address top issues facing U.S. companies looking to enter the Chinese telemedicine market.
Clyde & Co
The Australian Government will need to act quickly and decisively if the Sydney-based, internationally-operating Global Infrastructure Hub is going to be a success.
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