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M&A Report: a year opened with expectation
With the aid of insight from some of the most reputable and in-the-know sources throughout the region, Chris Thomson sums up what has been and what potentially will be with regard to M&A’s in Asia and the Middle East.

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Further liberalisation and consolidation of the banking sector
SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan partner Vincente D. Gerochi IV discusses how new legislation allows foreign banks to qualify for full entry into the Phillipine banking system. He delves into the methods and implications of this innovation, as well as looking into the competition that is likely to arise.

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M&A booster – New Companies Act has it all easy and clean
Rikita Ganju and Pooja Khanna of Phoenix Legal discuss India’s Companies Act of 2013, made effective April 1, 2014, and how its implementations will streamline India’s M&A process, making it smooth and transparent.

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The Greater China IP Updates – April 2022
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company continues to lead against its competitors in the IP field. Currently, the company is using its advanced 5-nanometer process in the commercial production of the A-series processors for Apple’s iPhone line. TSMC is also involved ...
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