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Stibbe is strategic partner of IOE's guide on 'Doing Business in Belgium'

Stibbe is strategic partner of IOE's guide on 'Doing Business in Belgi

Stibbe is strategic partner of IOE's guide on 'Doing Business in Belgium'

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Stibbe is proud to be partner of the 2017 Doing Business in Belgium Guide, published by the Institute of Export (IOE), a professional UK membership body that represents and supports the interests of those in imports, exports, and international trade. The IOE partners with the British Chamber of Commerce and the Department for International Trade at the British Embassy in Belgium.

This Guide aims to provide readers, who wish to do business in Belgium, with basic knowledge about the country. It gives an overview of Belgium’s economy, business culture, and potential opportunities, and it also identifies the main issues associated with initial market research, market entry, risk management, and cultural and language issues. Stibbe is put forward in this Guide as the strategic partner for legal services.

The Doing Business in Belgium Guide website can be viewed here, and information on Stibbe can be found here.

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