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Hogan Lovells Publications

Riding on the winds of change – Taiwan's next phase of development in the offshore wind market Corporate and Finance Alert

At the recent Energy Taiwan forum in October 2020, Taiwan government representatives reiterated the government's ambitious targets for renewable energy and the plan to bring Taiwan's...

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Force majeure claims in future waves of COVID-19: four key actions Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

As countries emerge from lockdown, talk turns to the return of COVID-19.

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A Comparative Guide: Impact of COVID-19 on the Infrastructure and Energy Sector

COVID-19 challenges on the infrastructure and energy sector and critical drivers of growth and sustainability

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Hong Kong | COVID-19 and contractual force majeure: A simple checklist

Whether you're considering a construction claim, worried about receiving one or busy drafting a contract, here's our 10-point, jargon-free checklist on what to do. This note focuses on Hong ...

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Lights flicker on for solar feed in tariffs in Vietnam Finance Alert

On 6 April 2020 the prime minister of Vietnam issued Decision 13 which sets out a new and long awaited feed-in-tariff regime for solar power projects in Vietnam to apply from 22 May 2020.

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COVID-19 – Project financing key considerations Finance Alert

The impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cannot be underestimated. It is now time critical and project participants must be alive to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak and the...

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Renewable energy projects in Vietnam Finance Alert

2019 in review and the horizon for 2020

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No pain, no gain – English court finds that interim payments under a joint venture contract should not be adjusted for cost overruns Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

Construction companies entering into joint venture (JV) contracts should be cautious of entering into agreements where the responsibility for, and timing of cost overruns is not tightly...

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