Building your business: a practical guide to international construction, engineering and infrastructure projects
In recent years, the international economic slowdown has put pressure on construction markets and major project investment around the world. In spite of this, the construction industry has continued to push the boundaries in terms of design, innovation and ambition to reshape our built environment. One way in which this has been achieved is by making the industry increasingly international, particularly as developers and investors look to emerging markets and the increasingly established Asian and Middle Eastern markets to secure landmark projects.
This document has been created to act as your guide to the legal, technical and commercial issues of which you need to be aware when embarking on a project in some of the world’s largest construction markets. For each jurisdiction, it also highlights topical issues in the relevant domestic market…
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