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Weekly Update July 26: Energy & Infrastructure Arbitration, Project 30, U.S. Voters Registration

We, Jul 28 Seminar: Developing a Low Carbon Economy

Fr, Jul 30 International Energy and Infrastructure Arbitration: A Vietnam Perspective

Th, Aug 12 How to meet new U.S. import requirements for quality, safety, labor and environment

Project 30: Administrative Procedures Reform: Update (Jun 15, 2010)

Two Web Sites for Overseas U.S. Voters: Online Voter Registration & Ballot Delivery

Events, Meetings, Activities, and Special Offers for Members

EPLegal supported the 1st offshore syndicate facility in Vietnam On Jul 21 at PetroVietnam Head Office in Hanoi, for the first time a syndicate of six top local and international banks in Vietnam have signed a syndicate loan agreement with a Singaporean FPSO owner – PVKEZZ Ltd. For financing its FPSO investment project with the total value of US$227 Million. This is the first known overseas loan in Vietnam approved by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), where EPLegal has been acting as the Borrower’s legal counsel.

We, Jul 28 Seminar: Developing a Low Carbon Economy A seminar to further business dialogue and awareness of topics related to fostering a low carbon economy. The objective is to share international and regional experience on carbon and energy issues, and on current priorities and challenges related to carbon emissions reduction and energy efficiency in the region.

Fr, Jul 30 International Energy and Infrastructure Arbitration: A Vietnam Perspective The Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC) in partnership with The Pacific International Arbitration Centre (PIAC) will host a half-day seminar to examine the latest regional developments in dispute management and arbitration in the energy and infrastructure sectors. The conference will take place on Jul 30, 2010 at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City. The keynote speaker at the Conference will be Mr K Shanmugam, Singapore Minister for Law. Click the link for details and a registration form.

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