How to establish a business in the USA

Business owners from the UK looking to break into overseas markets set their sights on the US because they believe we not only share a common language but have similar commercial cultures.  But it’s not just the way Americans and Brits pronounce Solanum Lycopersicum (that’s tomato to you and me) that sets us apart. Many…

Competition and Markets Authority decision.

Just Eat notes the CMA’s decision that it intends to refer its review of Just Eat’s proposed acquisition of Hungryhouse to a “Phase 2” investigation. Just Eat looks forward to cooperating with the CMA and is committed to demonstrating to the CMA that the market is, and will remain, competitive following completion of the proposed…

Berlin forces telecoms companies to keep phone data

Telecom companies in Germany are being forced to keep records of telephone and Internet data for up to 10 weeks after politicians introduced a new law to help fight crime. The data retention legislation – which sparked intense debate over possible infringements of individuals’ rights – requires companies to retain information on the timing and…

How to set up a business in Japan

With a population of 127.3 million people and an economy which, despite not booming in quite the way it was several years ago, is still ranked as the third largest in the world when measured via GDP, Japan is a market that is ideal for UK businesses to get involved in. As well as the…