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Wednesday, 22 August 2012 10:17

At last, Mexico opening its doors

basham-2New president indicates a need for investment in infrastructure and energy, signalling opportunities for foreign investors
latamAs Iberian companies look abroad to balance the Eurozone crisis, they are increasingly turning to Latin America in the hopes of capitalising on its growth and opportunities. But while some regions are booming, others are still battling with legal risk and domestic distress. The question of where, and where not, to invest is back at the top of Iberian agendas.
bartolome-briones-manuel-alvarez-trongeMediation, as a tool, is not always top of a company’s priority list. Manuel Alvarez-Trongé, Head of the Latin American Desk at Bartolome & Briones in Buenos Aires, however, believes that mediation is growing in importance, thanks to the economic crisis.
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 15:11

Latin America e-Report 2011


Latin_AmericaInternational investor interest is on the increase across Latin America but it is Brazil that remains the major focus, creating a new law firm dynamic in the region
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 15:15

Investing in Brazilian infrastructure

p47_downBrazil is likely to be a permanent fixture in the headlines over the coming years as it prepares to host the World’s two biggest sporting events – the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
The future appears to have finally come for the "pais do futuro", but is the here and now again asserting itself, asks Todd Crider, a Partner with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in São Paulo and New York
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 15:05

Costa Rica: gateway to the Americas

p46Central America is a region booming with opportunities across the services, infrastructure and energy sectors, despite the global economic downturn
45Countries across Latin America are competing to attract foreign investors with Venezuela standing out, among many, as a major recipient of Chinese investment


As well as having an increasingly sophisticated domestic economy, levels of corporate activity in Mexico act as a barometer of the wider region’s economic health, says Daniel Del Río, a corporate Partner with leading national firm Basham Ringe y Correa.
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