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In 1994, DFDL was built on the foundation of a unique vision: to build an integrated international standard law firm, with in-depth knowledge of the Mekong Region, while providing specialized and personalized advisory services to the international business community. DFDL Expertise Integrated international law firm providing technical excellence across our core areas of expertise; In-depth local and cross-border experience in complex and sophisticated transactions across a wide geographical front; A practical knowledge of local business cultures and practices; and Our areas of expertise: Banking and Finance, Corporate and Commercial, Energy, Mining and Infrastructure, Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate and Construction, and Taxation. As the Mekong Region and other emerging markets continue to thrive, DFDL is uniquely positioned to secure your access to promising international growth opportunities.

Cambodia Tax Update: Transfer Pricing – Interest Rates for Related Parties
Business,Business Advice,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 4 minutesInstruction 11946 issued by the General Department of Taxation (“GDT”) on the 21st of August 2018 (“Instruction 11946”) provides an important clarification regarding the determination of interest rates between related parties. Since the introduction of Circular 151 in early 2014 Cambodian taxpayers were historically able to receive and extend interest free loans to domestic as […]

Data Privacy: Obligations under the GDPR and ensuring compliance (Part 2 of 2)
Business,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 9 minutesWhat are the obligations under the GPDR? A company is required to comply with several conditions in order to lawfully process personal data pursuant to the GDPR provisions. The processing should be lawful and transparent, for a specified purpose, limited to the relevant data necessary in relation to this purpose, and appropriately secured. At a […]

Data Privacy: What is the GDPR and who does it apply to? (Part 1 of 2)
Business,Cybersecurity,Legal Updates,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesIntroduction Less than 20 years ago, three quarters of all stored information was in non-digital form: names were itemized on municipal registers, identification numbers were held in national healthcare systems, and passport numbers were recorded on immigration forms. Today, more than 98% of the world’s stored information is in digitized form: our collective ‘data’ now […]