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Attorney to speak on doing business with US companies

Our Bureau

Chennai , Nov. 25

THE State branch of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce has roped in a US attorney for a seminar on December 1 that aims to acquaint participants with the details of doing business with US firms.

The seminar will suggest ways to remove irritants that arise during the course of doing business with American companies and in the US.

The presentation by the US attorney, Mr Michael Kraus, will touch upon market entry and establishment of joint ventures.

A physical presence in the US may be necessary to expand business there, said Mr G. Shanker, Chairman of the local branch of the Indo-American Chamber. He was upbeat about the potential of small enterprises in US to transfer technology here.

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