Posts by Law Overseas

What is PPP?

The idea of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) came about as academics were trying to equate results from very different places. The task was very difficult because of different exchange rates between the currencies involved and (slightly differently) because of the different costs in each of those countries. So the idea was to adjust the real value of an economy to …

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Francine Carrel

Francine is the Assistant Editor of Law Overseas, which means she does a bit of everything around the place. She has been a journalist for over 10 years, specialising in international issues for most of that time.

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John Howell

John is the Founder & Editor of LawOverseas.com and its parent company Guides.Global. He has decades of experience in international law. He is extremely enthusiastic about his work – he often requires dragging away from his desk for his own good.

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Contributor Information – Burak Orkun

Burak is a partner at the Orkun & Orkun law and accountancy firm, which was founded by his father, Süleyman Orkun. The accountancy side of the business provides a full range of book keeping and accountancy services for both Turkish and foreign individuals and companies.

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