Keywords: project finance, country reports, Thailand, Vietnam

Mayer Brown JSM lawyers have contributed two country chapters to the IFLR Project Finance Annual Guide 2014 – one on Thailand, by Maythawee Sarathai and Ben Thompson; the other on Vietnam, by Nathan Dodd, David Harrison and Quynh-Anh Lam.

The reports cover the following areas of interest:

  • Collateral/security
  • Perfection and priority
  • Foreign investment and ownership restrictions
  • Documentation formalities and government approvals
  • Natural resources
  • Bankruptcy proceedings
  • Foreign exchange, remittances and repatriation
  • Other restrictions

To access the reports – which were first published in the IFLR Project Finance Report 2014, a Legal Media Group (Euromoney Institutional Investor) publication – please select from below by clicking on one of the links:

Originally published 31 March 2014

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