Thursday, September 4, 2014

Art of Investing in America

From the hassle of securing U.S. government approval of the transaction to the minutiae of labor, employment and immigration laws, the complex set of laws that regulate foreign investments into the United States is enough to deter many Chinese investors from putting their money into American businesses.

But according to Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP international business attorney Dennis Unkovic, the opportunity for Chinese investors to invest in American businesses is too good to pass up right now. American businesses are more interested now in doing business with Chinese companies than at any time in the past, and the strong potential for profit typically outweighs the legal risks. In this article for international business magazine Industry Today, Dennis discusses the specific laws and regulations that threaten Chinese direct investment in the U.S., and gives advice on how create a legal strategy that overcomes those hurdles.

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