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Indonesian ore ban – temporary relief but at a price
While certain relief is now available, the government has also announced that it will increase export taxes on ore.
Indonesia
29 Jan 2014
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New kids on the block: Can Australian retailers compete against new International brands?
Domestic retailers should use a knowledge of the local market to differentiate themselves from international competitors.
Australia
19 Jan 2014
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Enforcement of foreign judgments in Australia
Australian companies doing business abroad should recognise the risk to local assets that a foreign judgment may present.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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DLA Piper at Latin America Down Under Resources Conference
The article discusses infrastructure bonds and other issues for foreign investment in Latin American resources projects.
Australia
 
18 Jul 2013
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High Court settles heated constitutional challenge to international arbitration
The TCL case confirmed the constitutional validity of the IAA, which applies to international arbitration in Australia.
Australia
5 Apr 2013
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Law a la Mode: Fashion, Retail and Design Industry News
As shoppers around the globe hit the New Year sales, this issue is brought to you by our Hong Kong editorial team.
Australia
21 Jan 2013
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Ensuring Contractual Legitimacy In Burma to Avoid Investment Risks
Companies investing in Burma should research their partners' financial promises as well as their political connections.
Australia
5 Jan 2013
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Reform of Australian anti-dumping arrangements, after the Brumby Review
The implementation of the recommendations should tackle 'how' dumping is dealt with and complement the existing reforms.
Australia
19 Dec 2012
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Law à La Mode: Fashion, Retail and Design Industry News
Law à la Mode is an e-magazine which brings together the latest fashion industry news, commentary and legal updates.
Australia
30 Sep 2012
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Doing Business in Australia - Transport and Customs Law
This article discusses maritime law, carriage of goods, customs and trade law relevant to investment in Australia.
Australia
1 May 2012
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The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
The TPP is a plurilateral free trade agreement that seeks to liberalise trade in the Asia Pacific Region.
Australia
25 Feb 2012
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Extending US employee stock plans to UK employees: what you need to know
Which type of share incentive plan is most tax effective for UK participants in a US employee stock plan?
Australia
29 Oct 2011
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Dutch Ministry of Finance proposes changes to corporate and dividend tax laws which will affect foreign investors
The Dutch Ministry of Finance has released a bill proposing changes to Dutch corporate and dividend tax laws
Australia
29 Oct 2011
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has recently released Incoterms® 2010 - a new edition of these domestic and international trade terms.
Incoterms® 2010 will enter into force on 1 January 2011, but prudent traders, importers, exporters and other business people should start to review their trading documents and practices now to ensure that contracts are up to date by the time the changes take effect.
Australia
14 Oct 2010
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Trade & Transport Bulletin - Developments in air carriage liability
In this issue of the Trade & Transport Bulletin we look at two developments affecting international air carriage liability - recent significant changes to liability limits under the Montreal Convention 1999 and a decision by the New South Wales Court of Appeal.
Australia
 
19 Feb 2010
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Trade & Transport Bulletin - Tax Issues For Cross Border Trade In Goods
Businesses selling goods either into or out of Australia need to consider the tax consequences of those arrangements, including goods and services tax (GST), income tax and withholding tax. The purpose of this article is to discuss some of the tax issues relevant to such businesses.
Australia
22 Sep 2008
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Australia/US Mutual Recognition Arrangement
Early last week, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Australian authorities reached an agreement, to allow certain broker-dealers and exchanges to operate in both jurisdictions, generally without the need for them to be separately regulated in each of the countries.
Australia
15 Sep 2008
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Meaning Of ´Goods Lost Or Damaged´
The decision in England in Serena Navigation Ltd v Dera Commercial Establishment [2008] EWHC 1036 (Comm) considered the interpretation of Article IV Rule 5(a) of the Hague-Visby Rules.
Australia
19 Aug 2008
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Compensation Awarded To French Company For Loss Resulting From Wrongful Prohibition Of Merger
On 11 July 2007 the European Court of First Instance ruled for the first time that a merging party can be compensated for losses sustained as a result of the illegal prohibition of its merger.
Australia
 
12 Sep 2007
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Myanmar’s Legal System And Contract Law1
A distinct advantage to investing in Myanmar over other countries in the region is that the available business structures, commercial laws and general legal system will be familiar to international business people.
Australia
11 Sep 2006
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