Croatia -No exemption from employment law for Chinese investors -April 27, 2012

The government has announced that all major public infrastructure works will go to public tenders. Chinese investors that are looking at investing in several projects as for instance the extension of the Rijeka port and the construction of new railways will not be exempt from the laws on investment and the employment of foreign labour.

English: http://www.croatiantimes.com/news/General_News/2012-04-27/26708 ...

 

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