PLMJ Advogados, SP, RL

A Global Vision


Guinea-Bissau, which is located on the west coast of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea, is a strategic country because of its membership of the Western African Economic and Monetary Union and the Economic Community of West African States, and it is a potential gateway to countries with a total population of around 350 million people. The country attracts investors because of its wealth of resources, its extensive coastline, which makes fishing a very attractive activity, and its agriculture, which is the largest sector in the economy of the region. Guinea-Bissau exports fruit, fish, shellfish and molluscs, wood and coal, oil seeds and fruits, and iron and steel. The development of its infrastructures and its rural areas guarantees the leverage of its agro-industrial sector, and its diversification.

Through the law firm of Armindo Serqueira in the city of de Bissau, PLMJ ensures its clients are provided with integrated legal services to support their investments in the country, while always ensuring that international standards are met. The team has extensive experience and know-how of the local situation and the demands of the local system. It is particularly well prepared to advise on projects connected with the agro-industrial, energy, infrastructure construction and tourism sectors. Besides this, we guarantee permanent contact with the offices of PLMJ Network in Portugal, Angola and Mozambique, and with our other partner firms in and São Tomé e Príncipe, China, Macau and Brazil, among others. The network of international partners - PLMJ Network - guarantees legal support with a permanent presence in the various countries, as well as deep respect for the unique characteristics and professional ethics rules of each location. It also guarantees all the response capacity, know-how and experience that PLMJ can offer.

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