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Global overview

Andre R Jaglom

Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP

Tuesday 12 March 2019


Global commerce depends, to a very great extent, on the relationships between manufacturers and suppliers, on the one hand, and their distributors and commercial agents around the world, on the other. These relationships are the linchpin to moving goods and services to new markets around the world, and they are governed not only by the contracts negotiated between suppliers and their distribution partners, but by a wide range of laws and regulations, which vary widely from country to country. Developments in areas such as privacy and data protection and increasing concerns over cybersecurity affect distribution relationships as well, as a result of the normal sharing of customer information and other data between distribution partners.

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