Doing Business in Australia - 2014
Henry Davis York publishes the Doing Business in Australia guide for those looking to invest, acquire assets, start-up businesses, enter into joint ventures or explore distribution arrangements within Australia. We have a separate guide to establishing a financial services business in Australia which can be provided on request.
Entering a new market requires local understanding and expertise in many areas. Henry Davis York has recognised experts in each of the relevant fields to advise throughout the process.
Please contact any of our experts listed in chapter 12, for inquiries on the legal implications of doing business in Australia. With 50 partners, more than 330 staff and strong contacts with other professional advisers, we can draw upon whatever resources may be required to meet your needs when coming to Australia.
While this publication seeks to provide you with an insightful overview of Australia’s legal environment, you should seek specific advice before acting on any proposal.
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