Part Two of the Kuwait Business Guide describes in clear, easily understandable language the basic legal rules that must be followed in order to do business successfully in Kuwait. The topics covered include business licences, commercial contracts, commercial loans and interest, and the weird local rules governing cheques. There is a detailed look at the various vehicles (joint ventures, limited liability companies, etc) that can be used to carry on business in the country and the degree to which foreign participation is permitted. The law on agency and service agreements, which has a vital role in doing business in Kuwait, is explained. The book also examines intellectual property rights, the laws governing industrial activities, and the labour laws. How business disputes can be resolved by resorting to the courts or arbitration is also discussed. Each chapter in Part Two Business Laws contains pertinent advice based on two decades of experience doing business in Kuwait.