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New Franchise Regulations Become Effective in Nine Countries as Six Other Countries Consider Regulatory Proposals

Since the beginning of 2020, new, comprehensive franchising regulatory schemes have become effective in Belgium, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, and Thailand; Cambodia has adopted a filing requirement; and Brazil, Malaysia, Ontario, Canada, and South Korea have all amended their existing franchise laws. Significant regulatory proposals are pending in Australia, Egypt, Guatemala, Namibia, Romania, and South Africa.

More details may be found in Lathrop GPM’s Global Franchise Regulation Update of September 21, 2020, located here.

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