French toast

Harris, Joanne
June 2005
Lawyer;6/27/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p23
Trade Publication
Reports that American law firms dominated the field of business privatization in France. State corporations that were privatized in the country during 2005; U.S.-based law firms handling the accounts of the privatized firms; Reasons behind the success of American law firms in France; Challenges encountered by law firms operating in the flotation market.


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