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As preparations continue apace for the 24th World Offshore Convention Puerto Rico, Offshore Investment is pleased to announce the confirmation of additional speakers to the event, which takes place 25-26…
Derek Sambrook explains why the two giants of Latin America – Mexico and Brazil – have reasons to be glum at a time of much uncertainty for the region.
Cuba finds itself launching a huge programme of foreign investment just as the Trump administration imposes renewed sanctions on the country. Ivan Sacks and Josefina Colomar of Withers Bergman untangle the current complex challenges facing Cuba, and explain the significance of the new legislation for FDI.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is not only home to one of the world’s largest shipping registries, but is also a popular choice for corporate entities seeking a safe, simple and low-cost jurisdiction. Laura Sherman reports.
Gabor B Szabo explains the significance of Hungary’s new business-friendly legislation, and assesses its likely impact on trusts, in particular.
Paul Gambles shares his thoughts on the latest book by Australian-born economist Steve Keen – whose writings, Gambles admits, he has been following with interest for years.
In his regular round-up from Rio de Janeiro, Fabiano Deffenti asks how much longer President Temer will survive, explains the Hague Evidence Convention and gives an update on progress of Employment Law reforms.
Dominic Wheatley argues that the possibilities for protected cell companies are endless.
It is clear that global regulation is moving towards transparency generally and tax transparency in particular. Withers LLP’s Alana Petraske and Jaime McLemore explain how the latest legislation affects charities, and what the move to tax transparency means for the industry at large.
Laurence Lipsher heralds the arrival of India’s long-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) with some degree of trepidation.
Paul Gambles shares his thoughts on the latest book by Australian-born economist Steve Keen – whose writings, Gambles admits, he has been following with interest for years
The July-August issue of Offshore Investment is now published. Our cover story looks at the long-awaited arrival of India’s GST, and what it means for the country’s economy. Elsewhere in…