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Volume 16, Issue 10

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In this issue

Hydrogen has now come into its element

By Prashanth Sabeshan, Swati Rawat, and Ramya Parthasarathi, Dentons Link Legal

SEBI strengthening governance and protecting minority shareholders

By Abhishek Guha and Amrita Ghosh, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Guidelines for new businesses in the UAE

By Gautam Khurana and Thomas Paoletti, India Law Offices
security data protection online

Increased security and data protection coming online

By Mathew Chacko, Aadya Misra, Shambhavi Mishra and Ajeeth Srinivas, Spice Route Legal
Asian law firms doing good deeds for society

A greater good

Law firms around Asia show themselves to be open to rolling out measures that are good for society at large

renewable energy attracting foreign direct investment

Renewable energy blows in foreign direct investment

By Anindya Mazumdar and Mehak Verma, Singhania & Co

Fractional ownership – A piece of the action

Markets regulator trains sights on emerging area of fractional ownership platforms for real estate projects

The International A-list 2023

The International A-list 2023

We reveal the foreign lawyers most recommended by clients and peers for their work on India matters

RBI reform proposals

Discipline not profit drives RBI reform proposals

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal
Lenders owners can trust occupation certificates

Lenders and owners can trust occupation certificates

By Samreen Paloba and Karan Mathur, SNG & Partners
CEPA boost India-UAE trade

Eyes on the Middle East

A common vision for growth has helped the India-UAE trade relationship to scale new heights

Delhi High Court ruling

Harsh words not a thief of reputation

By Manisha Singh and Omesh Puri, LexOrbis

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