Law360, Washington (September 23, 2013, 5:52 PM EDT) -- Foreign markets have become a larger portion of defense and aerospace companies' revenue strategies as the U.S. tightens its defense budget and winds down its military involvement with the Middle East. But firms unaccustomed to operating outside the U.S. may not realize they're treading into complex and sometimes murky legal and regulatory waters. Here, attorneys share with Law360 five factors firms should keep in mind as they venture into emerging markets.
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