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By Pellerano & Herrera
One of the main features needed to achieve greater economic development in any country is the existence of a complete, efficient and transparent market.
By Pellerano & Herrera
The national electric system was created in 1928, when, through a presidential decree, the establishment of the Electric Company of Santo Domingo was authorized.
By Pellerano & Herrera
Any dispute that has an element characteristic of an International Private Relation.
By Pellerano & Herrera
On June 10, 2002 the Dominican Republic passed Law 72-02 on Laundering of Assets Obtained from the Illegal Traffic of Drugs and Controlled Substances, in order to satisfy the need of a legal framework...
By Pellerano & Herrera
For the purposes of the law, the term investor shall mean "those individuals that benefit from steady and permanent income derived from capitals gen­erated or located abroad by reason of any...
By Pellerano & Herrera
The distribution agreements signed before the date entry into force of the Agreement.
By Norman De Castro,
The general statutory corporate income tax rate for entities incorporated in the Dominican Republic, branches or permanent establishments of foreign companies is 25%.
By Eduardo Trueba C.
Corporate subsistence, in an economy that each day becomes more competitive, dynamic and integrated to the global world in which we live, has exponentially increased corporate mergers and alliances, together with similar transactions, such as stock acquisitions from one company for another’s capital, company, know how, and royalties transfers, among others.
By Ricardo Pellerano
When the Dominican Republic enacted a new insurance law last summer, it affirmed its interest in having insurance companies from the United States and other countries operate in the Dominican Republic. The new law also makes clear what requirements insurers from the U.S. and elsewhere must meet to enter the Dominican market.
By Luis Pellerano
By Luis Pellerano, Luis Pellerano
By Luis Pellerano, Luis Pellerano
By Luis Pellerano