The United States is one of the easiest jurisdictions in the world to do business. Regulatory barriers are generally low, setting up a branch or business entity is quick and easy, labor and employment laws are more favorable to employers than in most other advanced economies, and the legal system is well developed and transparent. However, there are some barriers to entry and challenges to doing business that must be considered before investing or establishing operations in the United States.
This publication provides an overview of trade control issues that can limit the ability of a non-US person to enter the US market or conduct business once their operations are established in the United States, as well as corporate, commercial, labor, employment, immigration, intellectual property, and intellectual property control. Exports, anti-monopoly, transparency, anti-money laundering, anti-corruption, litigation, bankruptcy, and other important laws and practices for foreign investors. This post is not intended to be a comprehensive guide, but to provide an overview of some of the important issues that investors should consider and discuss with an advisor.
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