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COVID-19: Butikker skal holde lukket – men hvem bærer risikoen?

For at begrænse udbredelsen af COVID-19 præsenterede regeringen i sidste uge flere tiltag, der bl.a. indebærer, at en lang række butikker, forretninger og centre skal lukke. Det gælder f.eks. shoppingcentre, barer, restauranter og andre butikker og alle steder, hvor mennesker kommer i tæt kontakt med hinanden. Det er således en væsentlig del af erhvervslejemål i Danmark, som bliver berørt af indgrebene – men er det udlejer eller lejer, der bærer risikoen for regeringens indgreb? Og hvad betyder indgrebet for lejers og udlejers kontraktmæssige stilling? Bliv klogere på lovgivningen her. Read more…

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COVID-19: Hjælpepakke med garantiordning for nye lån

For at undgå en økonomisk krise har Regeringen præsenteret en hjælpepakke, der omfatter to garantiordninger for bankers udlån til kriseramte virksomheder. Garantiordningen gælder for henholdsvis små og mellemstore virksomheder og store virksomheder. Få indblik i de overordnede vilkår her. Read more…

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Measures in Latvia to support sectors that have suffered crisis costs due to spread of COVID-19

Today the legislator of Latvia has adopted a special temporary law on measures to prevent and manage state threats and consequences of the spread of COVID-19.

The law provides for the following measures:

General: The Cabinet of Ministers shall determine sectors that have suffered crisis costs (sectors affected by the crisis) due to the spread of COVID-19 and that are therefore subject to measures and special support mechanisms, as well as to set criteria, how to determine those who shall receive the same special support in other sectors;

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Overview of changes in the international coronavirus pandemic. Сontinued

While the threat of COVID-19 spread is not on the decline, the Russian Government continues to update the measures taken or introduce new ones, trying to act ahead of the possible adverse consequences of COVID-19.

Further review of the most significant business support measures under the conditions of COVID-19, as well as actions taken to curb the spread of COVID-19, follows below.

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Revenue and Irish Banks move to reassure and support customers during COVID-19 crisis

We are living in a time of crisis in a constantly evolving situation which is causing hardship and distress for many SMEs and self-employed contractors. This stress is compounded by financial hardship imposed by the current isolation and social distancing Covid-19 restrictions and their immediate and dramatic effect on businesses.

Revenue are closely monitoring the situation. and On 12th March the Revenue Commissioners implemented certain measures in order to alleviate the situation and to assist small and medium enterprise businesses experiencing cashflow and trading difficulties arising from the impacts of the Covid-19 virus.

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COVID-19: Fremrykning af offentlige investeringer og forudbetaling på offentlige kontrakter

Blandt tiltagene, der skal få Danmark bedst gennem Corona-krisen, præsenterede Regeringen og folketingets øvrige partier den 19. marts 2020 fremrykning af offentlige investeringer samt muligheden for forudbetaling på offentlige kontrakter. Dette skal medvirke til at holde hånden under danske virksomheder under Corona-krisen.

Det er næppe set før i historien, at offentlige myndigheder i forbindelse med indgåelse af offentlige kontrakter nu får mulighed for at forudbetale ydelser fra leverandører – og det helt op til 1 mio. kr. Read more…

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Overview of changes in the case of international coronavirus epidemic

Overview of changes in the case of international coronavirus epidemic
The coronavirus outbreak (hereinafter referred to as “COVID-19”) served as a trigger for a targeted effort to assess and manage the possible effects of COVID-19.
For example, among the most significant measures caused by the threat of COVID-19 proliferation in Russia, the following can be identified:
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CORONAVIRUS: DETAILFRAGEN ZUR KURZARBEIT

Kurzarbeit ist die vorübergehende Herabsetzung der Normalarbeitszeit und in der Folge des Arbeitsentgelts wegen wirtschaftlicher Schwierigkeiten. Kurzarbeit hat den Zweck, die Arbeitskosten temporär zu reduzieren und gleichzeitig die Beschäftigten zu halten.

Die „Corona-Kurzarbeit“ ist eine der aktuellen Situation angepasste Form der Kurzarbeit. Read more…

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Press release: Internationalization projects in Africa

Press release: Internationalization projects in Africa
Author: Stefano Rossi The last business mission organized by EXP Legal in Senegal, Dakar, ended…
Stefano Rossi

Senegal has long been a country of strategic importance in the expansion of EXP Legal on the African continent, particularly in the area of West Africa.

Since 2014, the launch year of the “Plan Senegal Emergent” program, the Senegalese economy has advanced at increasing rates (4.3% in 2014, 6.4% in 2015, 6.6% in 2016, 6.7% in 2017, 6.8% in 2018). Political stability, strong integration into the regional economy, the optimal geographical position and a “pro business” legislative and regulatory framework are the other positive aspects to consider.

The mission in Dakar, led by Avv. Stefano Rossi, had as main objective the strengthening of the presence of the Firm in Senegal and the network expansion of professional co-operation relationships on site: a network of primary African law and consulting firms to work synergistically in order to assist clients in the whole region according to their needs.

In addition to supporting its clients in the development and implementation of new export plans in Africa, the Firm assists companies in more complex investment operations in multiple product and industrial sectors.

In the coming months, an event will take place in Rome dedicated to business opportunities for Italian companies in Africa, followed by a new multisectoral business mission in Senegal, this time dedicated to a selected number of companies.

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The new EU-Singapore Partnership Agreements

The new EU-Singapore Partnership Agreements
Authors: Stefano Rossi, Eugenio Del Monte The trade agreement between the EU and the Republic…
Stefano Rossi
Eugenio Del Monte

UE-SINGAPORE: TRADE AND INVESTMENT AGREEMENT

 

Introduction

On November 8, 2019, the Member States of the European Union (EU) approved the trade agreement between the EU and Singapore, which therefore entered into force on November 21. An investment protection agreement has also been concluded between the EU and Singapore, which may enter into force after ratification by all EU Member States according to their respective national proceedings. These are the first bilateral trade agreements signed between the EU and a Member State of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

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