In Part 1, we examined issues arising under the OHADA Uniform Acts in order to anticipate “bankability” concerns for a project in the OHADA zone. In this Part 2, we will examine issues covered by regional and n
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Project Finance in the OHADA zone: ten things to know - Part 1
Hardening periods under OHADA insolvency laws and the risks associated with amending security interests
Part 3: How should international investors deal with dispute resolution issues in Ethiopia: sovereign immunity
Kenya Bribery Act 2016: a precis for businesses operating in Kenya
Investor protections – are your ABC provisions robust enough?
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