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Doing Business with France

Roderick Millar

Publisher: Kogan Page, 1999 , 412 pages

ISBN: 0-7494-2564-4

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Published in association with Chambre de Commerce Française de Grande-Bretagne with support from PricewaterhouseCoopers

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  • Part One: Background Information
    1. Recent Political Past and Policy Stance — Chambre de Commerce Française de Grande-Bretagne
    2. The System of National Government — Roderick Millar, Consultant Editor
    3. The System of Regional and Local Government — Chambre de Commerce Française de Grande-Bretagne
    4. Comparison with Main Trading Partners — INSEAD
    5. French Companies and the Euro — Conseil National du Patronat Français (CNPF)
    6. The Structure of the SMEs — Joint Venture Research Centre, Ecole Européenne des Affaires de paris (EAP)
    7. Infrastructure and Distribution — Freight Europe (UK)
    8. Business Culture — Robin Walden, DTI Export Promoter, Consumer Goods, France
  • Part Two: Investment Issues
    1. Management Education and the Grandes Ecoles — E.M.LYON
    2. Vocational Training, On-the-Job Training, and Apprenticeships — Délégation Générale à l'Emploi et à la Formation Professionelle (DGEFP)
    3. The Role of the Trade Unions and Works Councils — Department of Management Studies, Paris Panthéon Sorbonne University
    4. Employment Analysis — Union Nationale des Enterprise de Travail Temporaire (UNETT)
    5. Property — Healey & Baker
    6. Environmental Issues: Attitudes, Law and Implications — Former Minister of Environment and Huglo, Lepage & Associés Conseil
    7. Incentives — Invest in France Agency
  • Part Three: Banking and Finance Systems
    1. The Banking System — Association Française des Banques (AFB)
    2. Raising Finance for Corporate Investment — Association Française des Investisseurs en Capital (AFIC)
    3. Sourcing and Managing Start-up Finance Capital — AFIC
    4. Stock Markets — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Part Four: Auditing and Accounting Framework
    1. Financial Reporting and Accounting — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Part Five: Mergers and Acquisitions
    1. Acquiring in France — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
    2. Leveraged Management Buy-outs and Buy-ins — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
    3. Joint Ventures — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
    4. Tax and Legal Considerations — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
  • Part Six: Tax and Legal Issues
    1. The Legal System — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    2. Company Formation: Taxation and Legal Implications for Foreign Investors — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    3. Business Taxation — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    4. Employment Law — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    5. Disputes and Arbitration — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    6. Establishing a Distribution Network — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    7. Competition Law — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    8. Intellectual Property — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
    9. Management Rights and Responsibilities — Coopers and & Lybrand CLC Juridique et Fiscal
  • Appendices
    1. Investment Opportunities: how to find them — Corporate Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
    2. Contributor Contact Details
    3. Further Sources of Information

Reviews:

Doing Business with France

by Roland Buresund last modified 2007-12-12 13:59

Rating: ********* (Outstanding)

France from a prospective business partners perspective!

It could have been Excellent, but it is to much geared to the UK perspective. But it is worth reading for even non-UK people, as it is full of information you need if you want to do business in France.

Highly recommended.


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