When concluding contracts in a Western “legal” culture, the parties normally write lengthy contracts with numerous clauses. Perhaps, this is to justify the legal fees to our clients. When reviewing the first sales contract between Asian parties, I recall being genuinely surprised. The contract was short with very concise clauses, possibly even double spacing. Of […]Read More
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October 4, 2021
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