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Indian national extradited to US over $312m scam

Indian national extradited to US over $312m scam

They impersonated officials from the Internal Revenue Service or US Citizenship and Immigration services, and threatened victims with arrest, imprisonment, fines or deportation if they did not pay taxes or penalties to the government.

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Asian lawyers prefer S'pore as venue for dispute resolution: Poll

Asian lawyers prefer S'pore as venue for dispute resolution: Poll

More than 600 legal practitioners and in-house counsel who engage in cross-border transactions in Asia were polled, and 63 per cent of them picked Singapore as their preferred venue for dispute resolution.

2019 Study on Governing Law & Jurisdictional Choices in Cross-border Transactions

2019 Study on Governing Law & Jurisdictional Choices in Cross-border Transactions

An enhanced study (from the 2015 edition) was commissioned by SAL's Promotion of Singapore Law Committee to understand the changes in perception towards governing law & jurisdictional choices in cross-border transactions, as well as to cover a broader scope and wider reach.

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Trade Bites 2019 - Issue 1

This provides key developments in trade related topics primarily across SEA incl. the palm oil issue, anti-circumvention laws, anti-dumping issues, managing of rules of origin given the new CPTPP etc..

Singapore, Malaysia to start talks on maritime boundaries within a month

Singapore, Malaysia to start talks on maritime boundaries within a month

Both leaders also agreed that their respective Attorneys-General should continue their dialogue, and understand each other's perspectives and concerns on the price of raw water sold to Singapore under the 1962 Water Agreement.

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Singapore, KL to work out six-month rail link suspension

Singapore, KL to work out six-month rail link suspension

Both governments working on GPS-based approach procedures for Seletar Airport too.

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Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Singapore, Malaysia suspend overlapping port limits

Malaysia and Singapore mutually suspended the implementation of their overlapping port limits on Monday, going back to the port limits in place prior to Oct 25, 2018 and Dec 6, 2018 respectively.

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The “new” 2014 Geographical Indications Act

This article seeks to highlight the key changes in the laws governing Geographical Indications (GIs), and to identify areas that may be of concern. The 2014 GIA will come into force starting 1 Apr 2019.

European parliament approves landmark trade investment agreements between the EU and Singapore

The EU-Singapore FTA and the EU-Singapore IPA will remove the majority of tariffs and duties between the trading areas and provide signi􀀱cant investment protection and political risk mitigation for businesses investing between jurisdictions.

[MYR] Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Myanmar: 2018 Overview

FDIs in Myanmar rose by close to 45% to an estimated value of USD 4bn. Strong investments from the ASEAN region pushed this increase.

European Union-Singapore Free Trade Agreement – 2019 ratification and opportunities

After a decade of negotiations, the EU-Sg FTA was signed on 19 Oct 18. Thi update highlights the impact of the EUSFTA on exports to the EU.

Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) enters into force on 30 December 2018

It brings together 11 economies from both sides of the Pacific and establishes Singapore’s first preferential trade agreement with Canada and Mexico.


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