Mondaq Latin America: International Law
TMF Group
Argentina is by its very nature a complex place in which to do business.
Demarest
As promised, we shall continue to review the new rules on the international sale of goods and how it has changed Brazilian law.
Demarest
Twenty four years after being executed by Brazil, the Brazilian government, through Decree 8 327, of October 16, 2014, put in force the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (the "Convention").
Tauil & Chequer
On 08/19/2014, the ICMS Convention No. 76/2014 was published, enacted by the National Finance Policy Council – CONFAZ.
Veirano e Advogados Associados
August 2014 edition of VistaBrazil, the Firm’s English monthly review of economic, legal and political developments in Brazil.
Felsberg e Associados
The Chamber of Foreign Trade granted temporary reductions in the import duty rates applied to several products based on a Resolution of the Common Market Group of Mercosur.
Felsberg e Associados
The Secretariat of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade initiated two new anti-dumping investigations and one sunset review.
Tauil & Chequer
The Brazilian Official Gazette has published several Circulars announcing the findings of a number of antidumping investigations.
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
As from January 1st, 2014, Switzerland may be deemed to be a viable jurisdiction for foreign companies that intend to invest in Brazil. As from January 1st, 2014, Switzerland may be deemed to be a viable jurisdiction for foreign companies that intend to invest in Brazil.
Tauil & Chequer
Today it was published in the Brazilian Official Gazette the SECEX Circular No. 27, as of June 6th, 2014, determining the initiation of dumping investigation on the imports from Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and South Korea of polymeric MDI, classified under MERCOSUR’s Common Nomenclature Code (NCM) 3909.30.20.
TMF Group
TMF Group's retail expert says the opportunities in Brazil's second and third tier cities are only just beginning.
Tauil & Chequer
On April 1st, 2014, the Vienna Convention for the International Sales of Goods (CISG) entered in force in Brazil.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
The early 1990’s in Brazil were marked by a combination of extremely high inflation, poor quality services and goods (which were mostly manufactured locally), onerous bureaucracy, and persistent corruption.
Dannemann Siemsen
Piracy and its disastrous effects are very well known.
Demarest
In times of reduced international liquidity and as international bond markets slow down, Brazil faces an increase of syndicated or bilateral financings in foreign currency.
TMF Group
Ahead of our webinar on doing business in Chile, our expert looks at the challenges and opportunities presented by the South American powerhouse.
Fox Rothschild LLP
Cuba's National Assembly passed the Cuban Foreign Investment Act of 2014 earlier this year, authorizing foreign investment in all sectors other than health and education for its population and military institutions (with the exception of the military commercial system).
Fox Rothschild LLP
As Cuba opens the country for foreign investment and as U.S. interest in playing a role in Cuba grows, some Cuban experts assert that despite the U.S. embargo, an investment in Cuba is not necessarily off-limits to U.S. businesses or individuals.
Fox Rothschild LLP
Cuba adopted a new foreign investment law earlier this year that abolished duty-free zones and industrial parks while expanding areas for investment.
TMF Group
Long over looked by fashion rival Brazil, Mexico has emerged as a new fashionista in Latin America
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Fox Rothschild LLP
Cuba adopted a new foreign investment law earlier this year that abolished duty-free zones and industrial parks while expanding areas for investment.
Fox Rothschild LLP
Cuba's demand for trademark protection within a legal framework of fair competition is a public interest of the state as part of its current efforts to transition to a market-oriented economy.
TMF Group
Long over looked by fashion rival Brazil, Mexico has emerged as a new fashionista in Latin America
Fox Rothschild LLP
As Cuba opens the country for foreign investment and as U.S. interest in playing a role in Cuba grows, some Cuban experts assert that despite the U.S. embargo, an investment in Cuba is not necessarily off-limits to U.S. businesses or individuals.
Fox Rothschild LLP
Cuba's National Assembly passed the Cuban Foreign Investment Act of 2014 earlier this year, authorizing foreign investment in all sectors other than health and education for its population and military institutions (with the exception of the military commercial system).
Demarest
Apart from incorporating a new company in Brazil, Brazilian law provides the possibility of a foreign entity to establish a branch to operate in Brazil.
Demarest
As promised, we shall continue to review the new rules on the international sale of goods and how it has changed Brazilian law.
Demarest
Twenty four years after being executed by Brazil, the Brazilian government, through Decree 8 327, of October 16, 2014, put in force the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (the "Convention").
Demarest
Companies that make imports in Brazil face many taxes to complete the process of importation, what generates huge costs to the imported products to be sold in Brazilian market.
Demarest
The growing process of economic globalization places the discussion about the importance of internationalization of Brazilian companies as a crucial option for corporate strategies to develop competition and national performance.
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