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By Bill McCormack, Jean-Louis Neves Mandelli
Despite a significant renewable energy potential, Indonesia currently only produces six percent of its electricity from renewable energy.
By Bill McCormack, Jean-Louis Neves Mandelli
Indonesia's state-owned power company, PT PLN (Persero) (PLN) has a long track record of successfully financed independent power projects (IPPs) and a very well established form of power...
By Donna Bobbish
Historically, electricity "storage" has consisted of hydroelectric pumped storage projects, which pump water to higher-level reservoirs when electricity demand is low...
By James Webber, Anthony Patten
Japan, the world's biggest buyer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), is currently investigating the potential anticompetitive effects of territorial restrictions in LNG supply contracts.
By Gerald Feige
While tax reform has been a stated focus of the Trump administration and Congress, details remain elusive.
By Anders Kraft
The decision of the German Constitutional Court only applies to share transfers up to 50%.
By Barnabas Reynolds
It is rare to be asked to assist in producing an entirely new legal regime from scratch.
By Christopher Bright, Paolisa Nebbia
The European Commission has published, on 10 May, its final report on the E-commerce Sector Inquiry (the "Final Report").
By Ethan Harris, Laurence E. Crouch, Laurence Bambino, Derek Kershaw
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that it will recommence issuing private letter rulings concerning whether a distributing corporation's transfer of stock or securities of a controlled corporation...
By Danforth Newcomb, Cynthia Urda Kassis, Manuel Orillac
The number and magnitude of recent corruption investigations, particularly in Latin America, have raised questions about the implications for those doing business with entities ensnared in these investigations.
By Manuel Orillac, Jonathan E. Kellner
As family offices trend toward direct private investments, it is important to consider minority protections and exit options in the context of investment negotiations.
By Thomas Donegan, Barnabas Reynolds, Azam Aziz, James Duncan, Kolja Stehl
Last week, the European Commission published proposals to amend the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR), which is the main piece of EU legislation governing derivatives markets.
By Shearman & Sterling LLP
On 5 April 2017, the European Parliament voted to adopt the Commission's proposed new Prospectus Regulation, which repeals and replaces the existing Prospectus Directive (2003/71/EC)...
By Shearman & Sterling LLP
On 14 March 2017 the European Parliament adopted the text of a proposed directive to amend the Shareholder Rights Directive (2007/36/EC). This was adopted by the Council of the European Union...
By Shearman & Sterling LLP
On 5 April 2017, the ESMA published its report intended to assist the Commission in implementing the requirements of Articles 3(a)(8) and 3(b)(6) of the Shareholder Rights Directive, relating to the process...
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