Doing Business in Czech -Op/88 Dearborn Financial Publishing

ISBN: 9780749404710

Published: October 1st 1993

Hardcover

392 pages


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Doing Business in Czech -Op/88  by  Dearborn Financial Publishing

Doing Business in Czech -Op/88 by Dearborn Financial Publishing
October 1st 1993 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 392 pages | ISBN: 9780749404710 | 7.70 Mb

Following the sudden political revolution in Czechoslovakia, the programme for creating a market economy developed real momentum by 1991 and has opened up valuable new opportunities for UK businesses. Nevertheless, the ongoing political and economicMoreFollowing the sudden political revolution in Czechoslovakia, the programme for creating a market economy developed real momentum by 1991 and has opened up valuable new opportunities for UK businesses. Nevertheless, the ongoing political and economic change will be accompanied by unique problems and challenges.

Maximising Czechoslovak potential and overcoming the undoubted obstacles necessitates careful scrutiny of the current climate and the drive to tackle the many practical issues involved. Doing Business in Czechoslovakia pulls together the expertise of prominent members of the CBI: KPMG Peat Marwick McLintock, SJ Berwin & Co and national Westminster Bank team up here to provide an authoritative overview of the rapidly evolving Czechoslovak scene. They provide detailed, hands-on information and advice on the issues which businesses looking to trade or invest in Czechoslovakia are likely to encounter.

The book is divided into four main sections:. A Business Revolution? - an assessment of the current changes in the political and economic arena, market potential, business culture, and Czechoslovakia and its trading partners. The Business Infrastructure - an issue-by-issue breakdown of the legal and commercial framework necessary for the new-style economy including convertibility of the koruna, banking and financial services, privatisation, commercial law, technology and communications, and the labour market.

The Options for British Business - comprehensive and detailed accounts of how to tackle crucial processes such as marketing, export and import, trade and project finance, licensing, and forming and financing a company. Case Studies - actual profiles by businesses which have set up in, or done business with Czechoslovakia - covering industry, joint ventures, and acquisitions. The book concludes with useful appendices containing details of opportunities by market sector, current legislation and sources of further information. Impressive in its range, the book



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