There are a great many statutes and regulations in force in the Province of Manitoba, Canada, which might be of interest or concern to a foreign business-person or investor. Space constraints make it impossible to mention them all, let alone deal with any of them to any great extent. Before embarking on any venture in this Province, it would be prudent for the businessperson or investor involved to have legal counsel review carefully all laws, both provincial and federal, which might affect the venture. The following summary touches on those Manitoba statutes which, because of their broad and general application, would certainly be of interest to any foreign businessperson or investor seeking to carry on business or to invest in Manitoba.
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