Legal environment for foreign direct investment in the United States
This book offers a broad introduction to the changing status & legal requirements for foreign direct investment in the United States. It is written for both the foreign businessperson interested in entering the U.S. market & lawyers advising potential foreign investors. (Extensive footnotes are included for the latter.) To inform readers of the most important changes in the law, this third edition contains new chapters on such topics as state laws & regulations, & distribution & sales methods for entering the U.S. market. Updated chapters from the second edition cover accounting requirements; taxation; real estate; regulation of foreign investment; immigration; patents, trademarks, & copyrights; torts & products liability; & competing for government contracts.
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