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Best Practices Series

Series 13
  Current Trends in Investment and Financing in Developing Countries and New Opportunities for Government Lawyers
  by Alexander Troller

Published:
November 2006
(14 pages, 183kb, Adobe Acrobat 5 format)

Table of Contents

Current Trends In Investment and Financing in Developing Countries and New Opportunities for Government Lawyers

Introductory Note

  • The rise of emerging economies and its consequences for investments in developing countries
  • Negotiating with Multilateral Development Banks: routine work on a downwards trend?
  • Negotiating with lenders from fast-growing developing countries: moving out of the concessional corset and adopting new patterns
  • Dealing with Export Credit Agencies (“ECAs”), Export-Import Banks and the like
  • Particular transactions and legal issues relating to government-supported exports
  • Understanding the issues faced by one’s counterpart – a leading edge
  • Natural curiosity as a key to increase knowledge
  • Beware of the technician’s ghetto, look for comparative experience


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