Latest Updates on D’Andrea & Partners Webinars and Seminars Jul17

Latest Updates on D’Andrea & Partners Webinars and Seminars

An intense month of events and webinars is about to conclude as D’Andrea & Partners Legal Counsel continues to showcase its caring and supportive attitude towards business needs in each country where its presence is marked. On June 18th and 19th, Donatella Laureti from our Pescara Office he...

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Lessons from Tencent vs. Laoganma: 3 Tips for Verifying the Identity of the Other Party When Signing a Contract Jul17

Lessons from Tencent vs. Laoganma: 3 Tips for Verifying the Identity of the Other Party When Signing a Contract

Recently, the plot surrounding the contractual dispute between Tencent Inc., one of China’s tech giants, and Laoganma, a leading food company famous for its chili sauce products, has gone back and forth many times. Two weeks ago, Tencent sued Laoganma asking the court to freeze 16.24 million yuan of bank deposits or equivalent p...

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SEZ as an Open Door to CIS countries: Kazakhstan Jul15

SEZ as an Open Door to CIS countries: Kazakhstan

We shall continue our series of articles discussing the major benefits your business may obtain from the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) of the CIS countries. In previous articles we presented overviews for the SEZs of and , we are now moving on to our next and final destination, Kazakhstan.   ...

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The Pros and Cons of Setting up a Private Limited Company in India Jul10

The Pros and Cons of Setting up a Private Limited Company in India

For foreign investors looking to enter the Indian market, setting up a subsidiary in the form of a private limited company is often the simplest and most preferred business structure. A private limited company in India is a company which is held by a small group of people, with a minimum of 2 (two) and a maximum of 50 (fifty) members...

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Doing Business in Vietnam: Essential Information on Corporate Income Tax Jul03

Doing Business in Vietnam: Essential Information on Corporate Income Tax

Vietnam is an attractive investment destination for foreign investors with both its openness to international trade and extraordinary economic growth clearly evident in recent decades. Foreign direct investments are flowing into Vietnam, as result of a welcoming policy of fiscal incentives and preferential treatments. While the legal...

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COVID-19 Emergency in Italy: Phase 3 in the DPCM 11/6 Jun24

COVID-19 Emergency in Italy: Phase 3 in the DPCM 11/6

On June 15th, with the publication in the Official Gazette, the new Italian Prime Minister’s Decree dated June 11th, 2020 (hereinafter referred to as the “DPCM 11/6”) entered into force. The DPCM 11/6,  which will be effective until  July 14th 2020, has allowed the Ital...

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FAQ’s on Setting up a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Dubai Jun19

FAQ’s on Setting up a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Dubai

What is an LLC? An LLC is one of the most common forms of establishment of a company in Dubai for foreign investors. A Limited Liability Company as defined by Article 218 of the UAE Commercial Companies Law is a company in which the liability of its partner is limited only to the ext...

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SEZ as an Open Door to CIS countries: Russia Jun18

SEZ as an Open Door to CIS countries: Russia

We are continuing our series of articles discussing the major benefits your business may receive from the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) of the CIS countries. Last time, we presented an overview for Belarus’ SEZs (please scroll to the bottom to see our previous articles), moving towards the east we reach our next destinatio...

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Choice of Jurisdiction in Contract: People’s Court or Arbitration Jun12

Choice of Jurisdiction in Contract: People’s Court or Arbitration

In any normal business contract, it is essential to conclude a dispute settlement clause, which shall establish that disputes can be chosen to be conducted through litigation or arbitration. Among every kind of dispute settlement method, only arbitration and litigation are mutually exclusive. In principle, once the parties choose to ...

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Recent Changes in Indian Regulations to Support Enterprises During COVID-19 Jun10

Recent Changes in Indian Regulations to Support Enterprises During COVID-19

With COVID-19 continuing to spread across India, Indian policymakers are fighting hard to minimize its impact on the economy. In the past three months, the policymakers have introduced several reforms in Indian regulations to boost the economy and ease the burden of enterprises resuming operations in India. Some of the key regulatory...

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