Archive Issues Of Laboratory

Edition 4, 2010
Companies that make political donations know that this can invite controversy. Not only is this money that will not be going to, say, R&D, some shareholders are uncomfortable with the potential perception of the company “buying” influence or preferred access. On the other hand, many believe that private sector support is crucial to sustaining a number of political parties so as to strengthen the democratic process and deepen debate on issues of national concern.
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In this issue :
  • Christening The Calabash
  • Minority Protection And Economic Growth:
  • No Clear Link
  • Corporate Law Reform Series: Fundamental Transactions – Mergers
In Re:
  • Removing Directors: Open To Labour Law Scrutiny
  • Deduction Of Audit Fees: Apportionment Must Be Fair And Reasonable
  • No Local Jurisdiction Over Foreign Copyright
 

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