CNPLaw advised on Conditional Sale and Purchase Agreement/Convertible Loan Agreement relating to International Natural Resources Pte. Ltd.

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CNPLaw advised on Conditional Sale and Purchase Agreement/Convertible Loan Agreement relating to International Natural Resources Pte. Ltd.


Date Published: 22 January 2016


The Lawyer Who Advised On The Case: Quek Li Fei




 

CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”), formerly known as Colin Ng & Partners LLP, conducted legal due diligence and reviewed/ advised on Conditional Sale and Purchase Agreement/Convertible Loan Agreement relating to International Natural Resources Pte. Ltd.

 

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