Chilean law firm Guerrero Olivos has represented Scotiabank Chile and Banco Internacional on a $39.5 million financing for Patagonia Wellboat, which will be used for the construction of two vessels to provide services for the aquaculture industry.
Monday, 25 May 2020 16:00

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A tax and litigation team from the Mexico City office of Greenberg Traurig has successfully obtained a writ of injunction before the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJN) on behalf of a client appealing a tax authority (SAT) decision that it was jointly liable as a real estate company for a principal tax assessment of 101.5 million pesos ($4.46 million).
Saturday, 23 May 2020 00:30

Colombia extends deadline for E&P bids

Colombia has set new deadlines for the third cycle of its auctions of oil and gas drilling rights as a result of the distruption caued by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Holland & Knight in Colombia has advised Venezuelan pharmacy chain Locatel on a deal to distribute medicinal cannabis in Colombia produced by Khiron Life Sciences, a Canadian company that operates in various Latin American countries.
Albert Jan van den Berg, a partner in Hanotiau & van den Berg in Brussels, has been appointed to chair the tribunal hearing of the ongoing $9.5 billion dispute between Chevron and Ecuador over environmental contamination in the Amazon, replacing the recently deceased VV Veeder QC.
A digital services tax bill was submitted to Brazil's congress earlier this month, and which targets large, foreign technology companies, seeking to tax their revenues obtained in Brazil but without them having to have a physical presence in the country. 
Paraguay will strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of its public policy and fiscal management to address the public health and economic crises triggered by COVID-19 with the help of a $210 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Argentinian law firm Martinez de Hoz & Rueda has represented energy company YPF on the sale of 11 per cent of its participation in the non-conventional Bandurria Sur area, located in Neuquén Province, to Equinor and Shell. 
Hogan Lovells has represented the Republic of Ecuador and its wholly-owned energy company Empresa Pública de Exploración y Explotación de Hidrocarburos Petroamazonas on their solicitation of consents to amend various series of securities.
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