Lex Mundi, in conjunction with its member firms in Latin America and the Caribbean, has published a new guide, Lex Mundi in Latin America and the Caribbean: Key Market Developments.
The guide, Lex Mundi in Latin America and the Caribbean: Key Market Developments, has been developed to help in-house counsel understand the general business environment as well important trends within industries, laws and regulations and transactional activities in 26 key jurisdictions in the region.
Developed by expert lawyers from Lex Mundi member firms across Latin America and the Caribbean, the guide highlights key projects and business opportunities in the region and is organized by industry sectors, such as energy and power, mining, tourism, infrastructure, finance and more.
The guide can be accessed free of charge here.
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