Rising environmental awareness and activism are among the biggest issues facing EMI corporations. Baker McKenzie’s Bee Chun Boo and Jo Daniels delve into solutions for addressing the compliance and regulatory complexities for EMI corporations.
Social unrest and populist movements are becoming an unavoidable part of business in parts of emerging Asia. EMI corporations can engage with stakeholders in the local community as part of outreach efforts to illustrate the social and economic benefits of certain projects and business deals. Managing this process is best accomplished with a boots-on-the-ground approach in which relationships with local business and political leaders are forged to create an understanding between parties.
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Energy, Mining and Infrastructure STEPS FOR SUCCESS: Regulatory foresight, local insight
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Staying ahead in the digital age
The next wave of Chinese investment
The future of free trade in Asia Pacific
Viewpoint: Investing in India's growth story
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Energy, Mining and Infrastructure
Technology, Media and Telecommunications
Consumer, Goods and Retail
Financial Institutions
Healthcare
Industrials, Manufacturing and Transportation
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