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International Trade and Commodities Legal Update January 2016

News / 29-01-2016

I am delighted to introduce the latest issue of our International Trade and Commodities Legal Update, a bi-annual publication providing our trading clients with an update on important legal decisions and developments relating to trading, trade finance, shipping and related topics.

We have sought to include articles covering issues that we believe will be of particular interest to you relevant to your business.  

If you have any queries arising out of the content of this Update, or any matters you wish to discuss with us, please feel free to contact the authors of specific case reports you are interested in, or your usual contact at Ince & Co.

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