Volume VIII – Foreign Buyers Do Make a Difference
Not every potential buyer is a U.S. corporation controlled by U.S. interests. It is important, both for the buyer and the seller, to understand the implications of foreign ownership, control, or influence (“FOCI”) on the feasibility of a sale to foreign interests and the processes that apply to such sales. As the title of this posting makes clear, foreign buyers do, in fact, make a difference.
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