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iconGRATA International Belarus

GRATA International in Belarus is a customer- oriented service of high quality standards in business support. Our lawyers understand the tasks of the business environment and use their knowledge, experience and creativity to help our clients achieve their goals.

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iconNewsGRATA International is recognized as Law Firm of the Year by AIFC Legal Awards 2024

We are happy to share that GRATA International has been honored with the title of "Law Firm of the Year" at the AIFC Legal Awards 2024 for the exemplary delivery of legal services and dedication to upholding the principles of the legal profession.

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iconNewsBelarus has approved amendments to the Treaty on the Customs Code of the EAEU in terms of changes to the regulation of foreign electronic commerce

In June 2023, the EEC Council approved the Protocol on Amendments to the Treaty on the Customs Code of the Eurasian Economic Union concerning the Regulation of Foreign electronic commerce. The draft was focused on the national coordination of the participating countries. On December 18, 2023, an Edict was signed encouraging the Protocol.

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iconNewsThe suspension of determining the rental fee in the equivalent of a sum in foreign currency has been extended

Previously, the landlord´s right to determine the fee as equivalent to a certain amount in foreign currency was suspended from the 23rd of September, 2022 to the 1st of January, 2024.

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iconPublicationsGRATA International Legal Series (GILS): Employment Law

The GRATA International Legal Series (GILS) is a distinctive legal handbook presented in a Q&A format, offering essential legal insights and practical tips for conducting business across jurisdictions where GRATA International operates. The first edition of GILS is dedicated to employment law and covers key issues of employment legislation in 17 jurisdictions.

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iconPublicationsHow foreign investors can alienate a share in a Belarusian entity?

Issues of sanctions and countersanctions have been one of the main topics for discussion during the last 3 years. Belarus followed Russia and adopted the list of so called “unfriendly states” by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus "On the List of Foreign States Committing Unfriendly Acts against Belarusian Legal entities and/or Individuals"N209 dated 06.04.2022.

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iconPublicationsTax control and appealing its results in Belarus

Belarusian legislation regulates the procedure of tax control actions with two legal acts: Tax Code of the Republic of Belarus (General Part) - Chapter 10 (hereinafter - TC) and Edict of the President of the Republic of Belarus of October 16, 2009 No. 510 "On Improving Control (Supervision) Activity in the Republic of Belarus" (hereinafter - Edict No. 510).

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iconEventsB2B meetings with Partners of GRATA International law firm

You have a unique opportunity to consult with leading experts from GRATA International law firm. We would like to invite you to B2B in-person meetings with partners and directors of GRATA International’s office to create connections and address your questions about legal aspects of doing business in the region. 

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iconEventsGRATA International will hold an online conference on Corporate law

In this regard, we are pleased to announce that on February 28th, 2023, we will hold an online conference on Corporate governance and M&A in the countries of GRATA's presence: Belarus, Georgia, Mongolia, Russia, Uzbekistan. 

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iconEventsGRATA International: Personal data of the employee: what you need to know?

In the age of rapid development of information technology, the importance of protecting the personal data of citizens comes to the fore. In many countries, the protection of personal data is regulated by national legislation, and liability up to criminal liability is provided for the dissemination of personal data without the consent of the subject.

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