Doyle's Practical Guide to Business Law in Asia
Welcome to Doyle's practical guide to business law in Asia
Asia's emerging countries form an integral part of any successful global business strategy and offer tremendous growth opportunities for multinational companies and global entrepreneurs alike. Especially in the current challenging economic climate, the consensus among experts is clear - the future of the global economy is in Asia. But with these vast opportunities also come very real legal challenges and risks.
Doyle's Practical Guide to Business Law in Asia is the definitive and practical guide for business people, practitioners, and students seeking to learn about the rules governing foreign investment in the world's most dynamic region.
Doyle's Guide covers Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, and is the first book that specifically answers the legal and business questions most frequently asked by foreign investors in each of these countries in a concise, user-friendly way, using clear examples to illustrate how the legal rules are applied in actual situations.
"An invaluable, one stop reference for in-house counsel responsible for multiple countries in Asia." - Sheana Chen, North Asia Legal Director, Texas Instruments
"This book is the ultimate reference for doing successful business in Asia!" - William E. Heinecke, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Minor Group
"Mike's book is an excellent addition to his earlier work, and provides a one stop legal guide for strategic investments throughout emerging Asia." - Jeremy King, CEO, Atsawin Mekong Frontier Management Limited
"Doyle's Guide offers key insights and advice from lawyers who are not only local experts but have vast knowledge of international business. For those doing business in Asia this guide and its authors are an inestimable resource." - Tim Brown, Chair, TerraLex
"With this book, Michael Doyle has proven himself to be one of the leading authorities on investment law in developing Asia. It's an invaluable guide." - Brian Braden, Vice President, Clif Bar & Co.
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