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Doing Business In Turks and Caicos Islands: Law & Practice

Griffiths and Partners Corporate and Commercial Partner Luca Bonetto and his team were delighted to contribute to the Chambers Doing Business In guide 2022 covering and promoting the Turks and Caicos Islands. The guide provides the latest legal and business investment information on foreign investments, corporate vehicles and governance, and some other legal topics and considerations appropriate to business investments, such as employment, tax, and intellectual property. It is a useful ‘go-to guide’ for current and future business owners and investors investing in and through the Turks and Caicos Islands.


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