10/03/2005
Handbook - Doing Business in Italy

Ed. 2004

This booklet is intended to provide the reader interested in doing business in Italy a brief overview of Italian forms of business organisations...



This booklet is intended to provide the reader interested in doing business in Italy a brief overview of Italian forms of business organisations and related factors, such as labour, intellectual property, bankruptcy, debt collection, litigation and taxation.

 

 

The subjects treated in this booklet are not covered exhaustively, and are intended only to provide basic information on Italian commercial law.  Companies or individuals seeking to conduct business in Italy are advised to obtain current and detailed information on applicable laws and regulations from experienced professionals.

 

 

The material contained in this booklet was compiled in January 2004 and, unless otherwise indicated, is based on information available at that time.



ANTHONY SISTILLI



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