King & Wood Mallesons's New Merger Faces Tougher Market

, The Asian Lawyer


Changed economic conditions mean the firm now seems to be bringing together three slowing markets instead of two booming ones.

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  • DALY

    I have followed the above "union" with keen interest. What's very worrying about this article is that it managed to get passed the editor's desk. Calling the UK economy " sluggish" is in conflict with every bit of respectable out there. It's perhaps too early to call it a boom but that word is being bandied about by some very respected economists making this story meaningless.

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