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China’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative is expected to impact a significant chunk of the world’s economy, especially large swathes of Asia, Africa and Europe. And offshore financial centres are an important part of this strategy, translating to increased work for lawyers.
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Countries in Southeast Asia have plans to build a rail network connecting the entire region. These ambitious transportation projects, however, face complex legal and regulatory challenges. By Haky Moon
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As construction booms in the Asian region, so do construction-related disputes. ALB speaks to experts about how these can be avoided or mitigated, at the very least.
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In the first part of a series of articles on legal and regulatory issues in specific industries, we look at fintech, one of the fastest-growing sectors in Asia.
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As part of its efforts to become the Asian region’s leading centre for disputes, Singapore is looking to usher in third-party funding for arbitration
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Equity crowdfunding is rapidly gaining ground in Asia, but the region has yet to embrace it fully. Advanced financial hubs like Singapore and Hong Kong are taking a wait-and-watch approach
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What are some of the qualities that companies seek in their in-house counsel? Haky Moon asks recruiters and heads of legal across Asia
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As data protection laws proliferate across the Asian region, general counsel must be savvy when it comes to seeking out solutions, finds Haky Moon