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Is the paper tiger sharpening its teeth

21 October 2014

Publication

The SFO, the agency principally responsible for prosecuting cases under the UK Bribery Act 2010 (UKBA), has received its fair share of criticism for being perceived to lack the prosecutorial zeal displayed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in relation to...

The unknown known: The knowledge standard for bribes by third parties

4 June 2014

Publication

Unfortunately for companies seeking a way to avoid liability in countries known for corruption, not knowing what a third party is doing on the company's behalf can be more dangerous than knowing. A company can protect itself against what it actually knows...

Alternative investment protection strategies for Indonesia

11 April 2014

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In this briefing, we consider the implications of Indonesia's termination of its Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) with the Netherlands (the Netherlands BIT) and how foreign investors might structure their investments to take advantage of certain multilateral...

Clifford Chance advises Maxis on the sale of its stake in PT Axis

31 March 2014

News

Singapore: Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has advised Maxis Communications Berhad on the divestment of its 14.9% share in PT Axis Telekom Indonesia (AXIS) to Saudi Telecom Company (STC). The divestment dovetailed with the acquisition by PT XL Axiata...

Indonesia: Essential tips for successful investment

27 March 2014

Publication

Indonesia offers great opportunities for foreign investors. It has the fourth largest population in the world (over 250 million people) and a rising middle class which is driving huge domestic demand. It has a wealth of natural resources and is currently the...

Indonesian Government confirms ban on export of raw minerals

21 February 2014

Publication

At midnight on 12 January 2014, the long-foreshadowed Indonesian Government ban on the export of raw mineral ores from Indonesia took effect. Following continued international pressure from mining companies, the Government also announced transitional measures...

A guide to antitrust and competition law in Asia Pacific

11 February 2014

Publication

This guide contains insights into 12 Asia-Pacific jurisdictions, including Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Japan and Singapore, reflecting the experience and reach of the firm’s regional network; a depth of expertise that empowers our clients...