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South Africa’s Hyprop buy Zagrep’s City Centre One – South Africa doing business in Europe

The South African Hyprop company has acquired a 90% stake in the Zagrep City Centre comping complexes. The transaction totals 154 million euro. City Centre one East holds over 50.000m2 of shopping surface …

Doing Business in South Africa

Business Culture in South Africa worldbusinessculture.com South Africa takes on super-power qualities when looked at from an African perspective. South Africa is far and away the largest economy in Africa …

Macron to modernize Labour Law in France

The UK and Germany have unemployment rates roughly half that of France. Macron believes the country’s chronic mass unemployment will not decrease unless employers are relieved of the fear of …

Move your business to the Netherlands

Even for the smallest companies, global competition has become a reality and the ability to pursue opportunities in overseas markets is essential to long-term viability. Creating a Dutch company can …

Estonian Labour Law: Does Estonian labour law apply to aliens working in Estonia?

Several international corporations have established branches in Estonia and the number of such branches is expected to grow in the future. Therefore it is apparent that the matters of applying …

The EU Commission killed off Britain’s hope for separate post-Brexit – businessinsider.nl #businessineurope

LONDON – The president of the European Commission killed off any hope Britain has of sealing separate bilateral deals with other European countries while it negotiates the terms of its exit from the European Union.

One in five startups is planning to set up in Europe because of Brexit – cityam.com #businessineurope

One in five startups is planning to set up in another county in Europe because of Brexit, but the majority intend to keep their headquarters in the UK, new figures reveal.

21% of British startups plan to open a European office due to Brexit – uk.businessinsider.com #businessineurope

One in every five UK startups intends to open a European office due to Brexit, according to survey results published Tuesday by Silicon Valley Bank.

Brexit and free movement of EU Citizens

There has been a “large spike” in immigration law related inquiries from UK universities and colleges, who are seeking to reassure anxious staff members concerned about the impact of Brexit, …

Facebook to police hatespeech

Facebook, Google and Twitter will face new legislation if they don’t do more to police online hate speech, according to the European Commission. A study commissioned by Věra Jourová, the …

New EU financial powerhouse

London has so far been considered as the financial powerhouse of the European Union. With Britain, all set to separate from the EU following its Brexit vote, the position is now open for others to fill in. While Germany and Switzerland remain the most favored replacement for London, there are two unlikely contenders — Greece and Lithuania making a hard push to attract fintech and blockchain startups into their country.

New information security certification for Start-ups – Expand to Europe #expandtoeurope

Two Dutch startups have obtained a new type of information security certification. Restaurant bill splitting app Tabster and educational software company SOWISO have passed the Security Verified review. This is the first information …

SWISS IMMIGRATION TO GRANT MORE WORK PERMITS FOR NON-EU IMMIGRANTS

As nations across Europe, including the UK, clampdown on the number of non-EU workers entering their countries and Donald Trump in the US promises even tougher immigration controls, Switzerland has …

Is Europe a Good Place for Doing Business?

#doingbusinessineu #expandtoeurope Expand business to Europe

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