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- Turkish Renewable Energy Market
Provided by Herdem Attorneys at Law
Turkey's high economic growth which had reached almost double digits numbers by the middle of the last decade and stands around an annual average of 4% dictates new and innovative solutions to Turkey in order to reshuffle its energy infrastructural base.
- Regulations Of Commission For Trade Representative Contracts
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
The contractual commission regulations of trade agents can be invalid if they are contradictory.
- Acquisition of Polish LLC or Stock Company
Provided by Dudkowiak & Kopec Law Firm
The complicated process' of mergers and acqusitions are very often concluded by a simple contract - share purchase agreement. Polish M&A regulations do not differ from standards established in other countries, there are very few conditions to be met, however they must be strictly obeyed otherwise the deal might be null and void in view of Polish Law.
- Embezzlement in Turkey
Provided by Barlas Uyar Eraslan Law Firm
Embezzlement is typically seen at public sector however it has been a general issue in private sector as well and it may be a risk factor that causes serious financial loss.
- How a Bulgarian Limited Liability Company May Validly Transfer/Purchase Real Estate
Provided by Atanaska Lesichkova Law Firm
The question whether the General Meeting of the Shareholders in a limited liability company (OOD) should adopt a special resolution for the conclusion of a transaction for transfer of ownership over real estate was disputable in Bulgarian legal theory and practice. The Supreme Cassation Court finally resolved this issue.
- European Commission Tightens Key EU Corporate Tax Rules
Provided by Harris Kyriakides LLC
The European Commission has put forward certain amendments to key EU corporate tax legislation, in order to significantly reduce tax avoidance in Europe. The proposal will address deficiencies in the Parent-Subsidiary Directive, which may allow the operation of structures that will benefit from reduced taxation.
- EU Mobile Roaming Charges - Moving Towards an Open Internet
Provided by CSB Advocates
The concept of ‘net neutrality’, or of ‘open internet’, refers to the notion that internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally. Advocates of this concept envisage an internet where people can use their internet connection from anywhere and for anything with no additional charges and/or restrictions.
- How to Incorporate in Turkey
Provided by ADMD Law Office
Summary information on formation of businesses under different types of commercial entities in Turkey.
- The French Residence Card for an Exceptional Economic Contribution
Provided by Lexial
Although this residence card can be considered as very selective, it should be one of the first options to be analysed by foreign entrepreneurs who wish to run a business in France and to obtain residency in this country.
- Marriage Features Between Ukrainian Citizen and Non-resident
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
Another, as we may say, and at least an adult step in the life of almost every person is marriage. As they say, love knows no age boundaries and don't see boundaries. The lack of "boundaries" in the modern world helps to promote international marriages.