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Asian-mena Counsel is pleased to present the results of its 11th annual ‘Representing Corporate Asia and Middle East Survey’ of members of our In-House Community of corporate legal and compliance counsel, and buyers of legal services along the New Silk Road. We are also pleased to reveal our In-House Community Firms of the Year. Voted for by those who know best in each jurisdiction, the nominated firms have been selected for the level and quality of service they provide to the top clients in the region.

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