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- EU Nationals Working in Malta
Provided by CSB Advocates
According to a Parliamentary answer by the Maltese Employment Minister Evarist Bartolo, a total of 10,035 EU nationals were working in Malta as at end of December 2013.
- Practical and Legal Aspects of Debt Collection in Ukraine
Provided by Legiteam Law Agency LLC
Despite all the current geopolitics, trade goes on in Ukraine, but what if you are an exporter and have concerns about repayment?
- Due Diligence Review Essential for Larger Transactions
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
In the case of larger transactions, including in particular the acquisition of companies, shares in companies or investment property such as real estate, a careful risk assessment is indispensable. This kind of due diligence review provides all the relevant information for the planned purchase.
- Romanian Tax Designated Inactive Companies
Provided by Hammond, Bogaru & Associates
Recently, on 18 July 2014 Order no. 1847 was issued by the President of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration to cover the approval of the application and the forms to be used by inactive taxpayers.
- The Majority Shareholder Falls Out Of Control in Hungary
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
The corporate law is based on the “majority principle”: the majority shareholder can control the decisions at the shareholders’ meeting. While the old Companies Act already contained certain exceptions to this principle the new Civil Code broadens the scope of the exceptions.
- Cyprus Holding Companies
Provided by Anastasios Antoniou LLC
Cyprus provides an established, stable and solid legislative framework under which Cyprus companies can be formed for intermediary or ultimate holding purposes within corporate groups, in project finance, cross-border transactions or even investment management contexts.
- New Statutory Framework for Energy Produced By Wind-power Generation Centres In Portugal.
Provided by Pedro Pinto, Bessa Monteiro, Reis, Branco & Associados
New Legal framework applicable to the additional power and repowering energy produced by wind-power generation centres whose electricity is paid by the guaranteed remuneration scheme.
- Bright Future of Solar Power Market in Turkey
Provided by Herdem Attorneys at Law
In recent years, renewable energy market development became primary energy strategy of Turkish government with the intention of improving energy efficiency and decreasing energy import dependency. Particularly, solar power seems as fundamental resource of electricity generation in the near future. In terms of insolation Turkey possesses high potential among European countries.
- Emoney and Payment Institution License in Cyprus
Provided by Tornaritis Law Firm LLC
Cyprus Guidelines on Completing and Submitting Applications for Authorization as an Electronic Money Institution (‘EMI’) and Payment Institution under Directive 2012 [“the EMD”]; the Appointment of Agents & the Establishment of Branches
- European Economic Interest Groups in Italy (EEIG)
Provided by Studio Misuraca, Attorneys Firm
EEIG in Italy ("Gruppo Europeo di Interesse Economico", GEIE) is an associative organization. GEIE or EEIG can exclusively be used within European area, it encourages cooperation between companies, others economic entities, professionals and physical persons even, and its main requirement is that, at least, partners are coming from two States members of the U.E. This tool can be easily employed in the participation to tenders.