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Net Craman Abogados office opening in Madrid

Net Craman Abogados continues with its expansion strategy by opening a new office in Madrid. After 10 years of consolidation in the international market through the opening of its own offices in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Bogota, the company strengthens and consolidates its presence in Spain with this decision. It responds fundamentally to the ever […]

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Net Craman Abogados joins LawExchange International, a global association of law firms.

NET CRAMAN ABOGADOS announces it has joined LawExchange International, a select group of like-minded, independent law firms collaborating to provide comprehensive legal services to clients across the globe. LawExchange International provides NET CRAMAN ABOGADOS with the global reach to meet the needs of its clients when their business takes them across borders. Member firms cover […]

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Net Craman with the International Community Day of Barcelona

  NET CRAMAN has participated this year at the 4th edition of the BARCELONA INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY DAY organized by the Barcelona’s City Hall which aim is to meet members of the foreign community in Barcelona. They could find out very useful information regarding Spanish taxation and international mobility of professionals. NET CRAMAN was the only […]

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Draft on the new foreign investment law in the PRC

  Last 7th of May, published an article in ” NEW ENGINYERS XINA ” (Magazine of the Col · legi D’Enginyers Industrials de Catalunya) about the draft on the new foreign investment law in the PRC, article written by D. Juan Calvo-Rubio, Lawyer of Net Craman. If you want to unload this article, please follow […]

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Hong Kong signed its first TIEA with USA

  On July, 10th 2013, the Legislative Council of Hong Kong enacted the Inland Revenue (Amendment) Bill 2013 which allows Hong Kong to enter into standalone tax information agreements (TIEA) with other jurisdictions in order to promote tax transparency. Good or bad news? Definitely good. This will maintain the reputation of Hong Kong as an […]

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