Opportunities for U.S. law firms to consult on projects in African nations are growing
Opportunities for U.S. law firms to consult on projects in African nations are growing, and companies here and abroad are increasingly turning to law firms to help do deals, navigate regulations and develop infrastructure projects. Weather its building a hotel in Ethiopia, writing contracts between African governments and petroleum producers or bringing together public and private money to build sewers and roads the opportunities for business are expanding.
Top Western law firms are creating practice groups specifically to chase business in Africa, which they see as the new frontier for U.S. companies to expand and invest because of a growing middle class there.
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