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Mining Mongolia 2021
Mongolia is a country with a rich mineral resources, which is a attractive environment for foreign direct investment, and the Government of Mongolia is dedicated to attract more foreign investment and use all of its mineral resources. As shown in the diagram, 70 percent of foreign investment is in the mining sector, and the remaining 30 percent is in trade, food, banking and financial service, and other sectors.
Five Things to Know About Registering Business in Tajikistan
Registering a business in Tajikistan can be a daunting task for foreign companies and individuals, as there are requirements that at first glance are not so obvious without consulting the registering authority or local law firm.
The legal regulation of cryptocurrency and digital mining in Kazakhstan
Today, cryptocurrency and digital mining are attracting more interest from investors. At the same time, digital mining is expensive and risky business, which has become complicated by the different approaches of states to the legal regulation in this industry. Therefore, investors need to learn the project’s costs and choose a profitable jurisdiction for the implementation of their projects.
Forced License and Legal Regulation
The impact of coronavirus infection on all spheres of life, and especially on the economies of many countries drawn particular attention of states to the issue of forced licensing of the intellectual deliverables in the health sector.
Restructuring & Insolvency: Kazakhstan 2021
The main legal act governing the insolvency of legal entities in Kazakhstan is the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan 'On Rehabilitation and Bankruptcy' No. 176-V dated 7 March 2014 as amended (the Bankruptcy Law). The Bankruptcy Law contains the types of insolvency proceedings, insolvency criteria, rights and obligations of the insolvent, creditors, temporary and bankruptcy managers.
Remote work (including remote work of foreign workers)
The interaction of the employee and the employer in the conditions of remote work in many jurisdictions is already a very familiar phenomenon. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and the gradual transition of labour relations to the digital space, remote work has become the universal response of employers and employees to the external and internal challenges of 2021.