5 Legal Considerations for Doing Business in Mexico

By Benjamin Glick As companies in the U.S. and Mexico establish deeper ties within multi-national companies and growing commercial interaction, familiarity with the legal landscape of Mexico is essential for doing business in the country. Legal System Besides having different laws, Mexico’s legal system differs in other fundamental ways. Probably the most significant difference is… Read More 5 Legal Considerations for Doing Business in Mexico

Czech Republic: Re-establishing What They Started

By Ian Hibbard The Czech Republic, along with other rising Eastern European economies such as Hungary and Poland, recorded impressive economic growth since their transition from a state-controlled socialist economy in the early 1990’s. The country formerly known as Czechoslovakia was transformed during the 1989 Velvet Revolution when the communist regime collapsed and a multiparty… Read More Czech Republic: Re-establishing What They Started

Canada Customs 101: Securing Hassle Free Access to Your Northern Market

  Do you sell to Canada? Are you responsible for clearing products through Canadian Customs to deliver to your Canadian customers? If so, this seminar is for you! More and more US exporters are taking on the responsibility of clearing their products through Canadian Customs in order to reach their final Canadian destination, a concept… Read More Canada Customs 101: Securing Hassle Free Access to Your Northern Market

Monday Minute 3/28

News headlines from around the web. Dollar firms, Asia stocks slip as U.S. data, Fed comments awaited By NICHOLA SAMINATHER, Reuters The dollar firmed on Monday and most Asian markets surrendered early gains as investors cautiously awaited U.S. economic data and speeches by Federal Reserve officials this week that could signal more interest rate increases… Read More Monday Minute 3/28

Monday Minute 3/14

News headlines from around the web. Here’s Why Your Commute Will Be Terrible This Monday By POLLY MOSENDZ, Bloomberg Business “I hate the Monday after daylight saving time begins,” said Sam Schwartz, former traffic commissioner of New York City. “I try not to have any meetings that morning.” Schwartz isn’t alone: Groggy commuters are equally… Read More Monday Minute 3/14