A Guide for the foreign investor: doing business in the U.S.A.

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Robert Fairchild Cushman, Herbert A. Morey
Dow Jones-Irwin, Apr 1, 1984 - Business & Economics - 603 pages
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Contents

Planning the Establishment of a U S Operation
2
7 Federal Laws and Regulations Restricting Foreign
7
Identifying and Evaluating Acquistion Candidates
22
3 Active Investment Opportunities Jonathan Butcher
38
Banking and Financing Topics
57
5 Government as a Financing Partner Murray J Beman
74
6 U S Treaty Agreements Affecting Foreign Investors
91
U S Export Control Harod D Shapiro and Mary L Beeson
138
Bargaining Unit The Duty to Bargain in Good Faith Mandatory
333
Content of the Collective Bargaining Agreement The Administration
340
Hours Law Worlers Compensation and Employer Responsibility
349
Compensation Practice in the United States
359
Pension Planning in the United States
391
Executive Recruitment in the United States
415
Notes
431
Foreign Investment in Real Estate Myron Meyers
442

Export Financing Henry Conston and John J Suvan
154
The U S Antitrust Laws Wiiam E Wis
166
CreditAn Essential Element of American Business
194
Part IV
209
Tax Aspects of Acquiring a Business
231
Taxation in the United States Francis J Grey
254
U S Accounting and Reporting Requirements
304
An Introduction to the Employment Laws of the United States
327
21 Locating a Site Eduardo A Castio
468
22 Managing Property in the United States
483
23 Development and Construction in the United States
499
Opportunity and Stability Where Are the Opportunities Types
513
Mass Communications in America Bruce Z Shaeffer
546
The Revolution in the American Insurance Industry
566
Index
587
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