Legally Binding

Peter Crossley is a Partner at international law firm Squire Patton Boggs and heads the firm’s Africa Business Group. He was born in and qualified as a lawyer in South Africa. He has more than 30 years of experience as a commercial litigator in the UK, and initially in South Africa.
Peter, you were born in and grew up in Africa. So you knew an Africa which existed several years ago. Now living in the UK, how do you view current African development? What has changed? The most fundamental change I have seen is that countries in Africa are more and more regarded as proper and equal partners with those who we could loosely term “the West”. Until not very long ago Africa was viewed as business unfriendly and high risk,...
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