Relaunch Guides to Doing Business in the Dutch Caribbean and Surinam

Despite the current turbulent period with widespread uncertainty and changing landscapes, the countries of the Dutch Caribbean and Surinam are slowly emerging from lock-down and other preventive COVID-19 measures and starting to reopen for business again.
To provide guidance in doing business, law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne offers Guides to Doing Business with general information about legal and business infrastructures in the Dutch Caribbean and Suriname.
The newly updated Guides to Doing Business in Aruba, Curacao, St Maarten and Suriname provide insight into the current law and regulations and other subject matters that are relevant when considering doing business in the Dutch Caribbean and Surinam. Varying from the necessary permits to financial services, real estate and intellectual property.
These Guides to Doing Business have been created in collaboration with Lex Mundi, the renowned worldwide network of independent lawyers.
As per 1 July the updated Guide to Doing Business in Curacao has been published.

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