Second annual institute: doing business in Eastern Europe

Second annual institute: doing business in Eastern Europe

Second annual institute: doing business in Eastern Europe

Law of Europe > Europe. Comparative and uniform law > Regional comparative and uniform law > Economic law > Government control and policy > Foreign investment > General

Edition Details

  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Leon E. Irish
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): New Jersey
  • Publication Information: Englewood Cliffs, NJ : Prentice Hall Law & Business, ©1991
  • Material: Internet resource
  • Type: Book, Internet Resource
  • Other titles: Doing business in Eastern Europe
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IV, 396 pages ; 22 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Second annual institute: doing business in Eastern Europe is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Responsable Person: David E. Birenbaum, Leon E. Irish, Karla W. Simon, co-chair.
  • Publication Date: 1991
  • Copyright Date: 1991
  • Location: Englewood Cliffs, NJ
  • Country/State: New Jersey
  • Number of Editions: 1 editions
  • First edition Date: 1991
  • Last edition Date: 1991
  • Languages: English
  • Library of Congress Code: KJC6433
  • OCLC: 24874453

Table of Contents

CHAPTER. “Challenges, Chances, and Dilemmas”
by Dr. Tibor Nemes – 3

B. “Hungarian-American Enterprise Fund”
by Alexander C. Tomlinson – 15

C. “World Bank Assistance to Central and Eastern Europe”
by Eugenio F. Lari – 18

D. “Taxation in Czechoslovakia”
submitted by Paul W. Hoffman – 37

E. “Taxation in Hungary”
submitted by Paul W. Hoffman – 50

F. “Polish Accounting Principles”
submitted by Paul W. Hoffman – 65

G. “USSR Accounting Principles”
submitted by Paul W. Hoffman…111
H. “The Tax Regimes in the Soviet Union, Poland,
Czechoslovakia and Hungary”
by Edward H. Lieberman…131
I. “Poland: Tax and Accounting Issues”
by Edward H. Lieberman and
Dariusz Oleszczuk…144
J. “Czechoslovakia: Fiscal and Accounting Matters”
by Edward H. Lieberman and
Brian D. Fix…150
K. “Hungary: Tax and Accounting Issues”
by Edward H. Lieberman…154
L. “Doing Business in Eastern Europe — Some Observations”
by Martin A. Miszerak…169
M. “Legal and Practical Aspects of Doing Business in the
Soviet Union”
by Alan Siegel…185
N. “Doing Business in Czechoslovakia”
by Dr. Michael Sumichrast…187
0. “Trade Law Issues for Eastern Europe”
submitted Gary N. Horlick…197
1. “1988 Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act”…198
2. “The Case of the Chinese Lug Nuts”…210
3. “%eorgetown Steel v. U.S.”…221
4. “The Rules”…233
5. “The Results: Barium Chloride from the People's
Republic of China
Potassium Permanganate from
6. “The Tariff Bind”…….245
P. “Intellectual Property and Technology Transfers: Special
Considerations for Doing Business in Eastern Europe”
by Jeffrey P. Bialos and
Michael S. Shapiro……,,,…, ,.249
Q. “Intellectual Property as a Vehicle for Change in
Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland”
by Michael A. Epstein and
Michael S. Shapiro…263
R. :”A Taste of Hungary”
by Susanna S. Fodor and
Douglas J. Whipple…
S. “Investment in Hungary – An Overview”
by Francis S. Rath…,,……. 291
T. “East Germany: Restitution of Expropriated Property
versus Investments – Relief Or a Field of Tension?”
by Thomas 0. Verhoeven…305
U. “Franchising Considerations”
by Lewis G. Rudnick…321
APPENDIX A: “Industries/Types of Businesses Utilizing
Franchising Method of Distribution”…336
V. “Organization, Operation and Development of Joint Ventures”
by Monte E. Wetzler – 37

W. “Foreign Investment in Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia and
the Soviet Union — The High Tech Connection”
by David E. Birenbaum…344

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