Turkish government passes law to formally accept foreign firms

Rovnick, Naomi
September 2001
Lawyer;9/17/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 37, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on a law passed by the Turkish government in 2001 that would allow foreign firms to give international legal advice in the country. Implication of the move; Provision of the law; Comments from Guillaume Rougier-Brierre, managing partner of Gide's Istanbul office.


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