Saturday, February 17, 2018

Practical Law Global Guide 2018: Doing Business In Laos

By:  Dino Santaniello and Saithong Rattana, of Tilleke & Gibbons law firm
For:  Thomson Reuters Practical Law and LexMundi
Posted:  February 14, 2018

Practical Law Global Guide 2018: Doing Business In Laos

The Laos chapter of Global Guide 2018: Doing Business In..., a guide published by Practical Law in association with Lex Mundi, presents a comprehensive Q&A-style overview of doing business in Laos.

Written by members of Tilleke & Gibbins’ Vientiane office, the Laos chapter covers key recent developments that affect doing business in the jurisdiction; restrictions on foreign investment and authorizations required; grants and incentives available to investors; common forms of business vehicles; registration and reporting requirements; management structures and key liability issues; employment laws, contracts, and permits; termination and redundancy; taxes on employment, business vehicles, dividends, interest, IP royalties, groups, affiliates, and related parties, as well as customs duties, and double tax treaties; competition law; intellectual property laws; marketing agreements; and laws on e-commerce, advertising, data protection, and product liability.

To read the Laos chapter, please visit Practical Law or Tilleke & Gibbins.

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