Economics and Innovative Technologies


This Article compares the insolvency laws of different countries such as US, UK, Germany, Singapore, and Australia with the Indian legal procedures in Insolvency law. Four years since passing of this legislation, this article seeks to analyze the effectiveness of the Indian Insolvency Law (IBC) in comparison with its counterparts. This Article also sees the differences in how the insolvency laws differ and how their implementation differs from country to country.


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