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Franchising the Future

Issued: July 01 2013

The franchising model has exploded across ASEAN, from Singapore to the Philippines to Thailand. Lawyers from around the region explain why it has become such a popular way of doing business, and why it’s on its way to markets including Myanmar, Cambodia and even Laos. Gregory Glass reports.

 

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