FindLaw presents some of the "Don'ts" when exporting goods to foreign countries. Being mindful of these cautions can avoid trouble and expense. It just takes a little quality control in advance.
The People's Republic of China joined the World Trade Organization in December 2001. With China's participation in the WTO, came new pressures on importers. In this article, FindLaw discusses strategies and requirements to help maintain a competitive edge in one of the world's burgeoning markets.
FindLaw's review of Poland's language act and the impact that this law has on business transactions in Poland.
FindLaw's examination of the complexity of international trade-related rules and the serious penalties that exist for violations. Knowlege of the various rules and requirements can help companies steer clear of pitfalls.
FindLaw's discussion of the evolving topic of corporate social responsibility ("CSR") and CSR developments, both domestically and internationally.
FindLaw's discussion of export compliance programs and their utility, even if not mandated by law.
FindLaw's discussion of attemps by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea ("North Korea") to lure foreign investment with a series of laws designed to foster trade.
Kazakhstan has made the extraordinary progress since its independence in 1990. Contractual relationships in Kazakhstan are flourishing, and the lawyers are learning how to deal with contract drafting and dispute avoidance. However, problems could still arise. Findlaw discusses some of these potential problems.
FindLaw's discussion of foreign sales opportunities for small business owners and federal programs that may be available to allow such businesses to expand overseas.
FindLaw's review of the use of commercial agency laws across the Middle East and how they can impact commercial agreements.