Global Connection - July 2009
July 06, 2009
Despite the recent international financial crises, businesses are more intertwined globally today than ever before. Although a company may consider its business to be purely "domestic," supply chains and the necessary financing to support operations are increasingly international. In our continued effort to bring you up-to-date information on global legal issues, this edition highlights several business opportunities in a down-economy, including structuring investment funds and tax implication of using foreign investors to fund real estate transactions. Finally, we include an article about complying with the complex United States and foreign laws related to global financing.
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