Doing business – Consumer sector (UPDATED)

Entering a new market can be a game changer for businesses in the consumer industry, but it can come with some significant legal risks. Consumer protection laws, supply chain issues, product regulation, data privacy issues, intellectual property challenges, and changing tariffs and customs all could impact your entrance in a new environment. Whether a global player, a start-up, or a foreign investor, our Doing Business publications will help you to smoothly conduct your consumer business, identify the legal snags, and determine how best to maneuver.

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