Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Africa - 2nd Edition provides coverage for 28 jurisdictions in Africa on the requirements and considerations for doing business and investing in African countries, prepared by local attorneys with expertise in business transactions. Practical insights are offered on general conditions for conduct of business, business registrations, investment incentives, currency regulation, establishment of enterprises, principal business organizations, important considerations for choosing a form of business, formation of business procedures, acquisition of enterprises, acquisition of realty, guidelines for foreign transactions, import and export regulations, exchange controls, credit and security, taxation, customs regulation, competition law, and intellectual property law.The Federal Ministry of Finance Guidelines on External Borrowings applicable as at the date of this publication oblige ... abused by banks and their foreign counterparts (companies), which secure judgment in their favor in the Nigerian lawanbsp;...
|Title||:||Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Africa|
|Author||:||Dennis Campbell, Center for International Legal Studies (CILS)|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2011|