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Determining The Market Price Of Imported Goods Returned To A Foreign Supplier - Application Of The Transfer Pricing Law
Major suppliers of foreign goods often establish a subsidiary in Russia for the purposes of purchasing and importing foreign goods into the RF in order to re-sell them on the Russian market.
Russian Federation
6 Aug 2012
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Might Your Contracts Soon Be Governed By EU Contract Law?
The responses to the European Commission’s July 2010 green paper containing proposals for some form of EU-wide contract law have now been submitted.
UK
16 Feb 2011
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Draft Amendment To Stop Russian IPOs Abroad
You can’t pick up the newspapers these days without reading about the difficulty that Russian companies are facing in raising capital. Commercial loans are hard to get and extremely expensive; some lenders charge 20% or more. Similarly, raising capital both within Russia and internationally has become much more difficult and expensive.
Russian Federation
15 Oct 2009
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Registering Technology Import Contracts In China: The How And The Why
Technology import contracts are contracts that involve the import of technology (“Technology Import Contract” or “Contract”) and include standard intellectual property rights licence contracts, technical service contracts, technical consultancy agreements and cooperative contracts for development, production and/or research.
China
28 Aug 2009
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Construction, Development & Infrastructure Cross Border Practice - July 2009
The “CDI” Cross-Border Practice is one of the sector groups within Salans’ Global Real Estate Group, which is made up of over 200 real estate specialists.
UK
26 Aug 2009
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IFI Update, June 2009 - Part 1
The Privy Council has discussed the basis on which a term will be implied into a contract or other instrument. The particular case concerned the articles of association of a company, but it was made clear that the same approach should apply to the interpretation of contracts and statutory enactments.
UK
14 Jul 2009
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IFI Update, June 2009 - Part 2
The Privy Council has discussed the basis on which a term will be implied into a contract or other instrument. The particular case concerned the articles of association of a company, but it was made clear that the same approach should apply to the interpretation of contracts and statutory enactments.
UK
14 Jul 2009
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English Court Of Appeal decision Confirms The Ability Of Courts To Enforce Part Of An International Arbitration Award
In a decision confirming a flexible and pragmatic approach to the enforcement of international arbitration awards, the Court of Appeal has ruled that the English courts have the power to enforce parts of international arbitration awards under the New York Convention and the English Arbitration Act 1996.
UK
5 Nov 2008
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IFI Update London, August/Octber 2008 - Part 1
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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IFI Update London, August/October 2008 - Part 2
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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