Networks are often an overlooked legal alternative for the global business. But that underestimates their power to deliver on a number of fronts, says Michael Hatchwell of Globalaw.
There is little doubt more businesses are operating more globally than ever. The creation of the European Union (EU) has created one of the world’s largest economic units, making business between Member States simpler. The emerging countries of Africa, the fast growth experienced across South America and the rise of Asia as an economic force has led to small and large businesses establishing operations in distant markets to cater to changing international consumer tastes.
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