03 Feb 2010

Doing Business in Australia made easier with Clayton Utz guide

Sydney, 3 February 2010: Clayton Utz is playing an active part in helping make Australia a more attractive destination for foreign investment with the launch of the latest edition of its well-known Doing Business in Australia guide.

Doing Business in Australia is a practical guide to Australia's regulatory environment for prospective investors and includes overviews of the law in key areas such as tax, property, financial services, competition, employment, environment, takeovers and product liability.

Doing Business in Australia has the support of the Australian Government's trade and investment development agency, Austrade.

Clayton Utz' international services partner Stuart Clark said Australia continued to be an attractive destination for investment and was well positioned to capitalise on its strengths in 2010.

"Among Australia's strengths are its strong economy and sophisticated and stable business and political environment," Mr Clark said.

"Clayton Utz has a long history of assisting foreign-based investors and businesses in exploring opportunities to invest in Australia. Doing Business in Australia is designed to help make that process easier."

Doing Business in Australia will be translated into six languages and can be downloaded via the Clayton Utz website.

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