2 edition of Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America (Legal Aspects of Doing Business, Vol 3) found in the catalog.
by Kluwer Law Intl
Written in English
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Business in Emerging Latin America provides students with a comprehensive overview of the business environment of this emerging, dynamic region. The book begins at the macro level, focusing on the region’s geo-political, technological, social, competitive, and economic by: 1. Doing Business in Mexico A business guide from Baker & McKenzie which helps companies understand the economic, legal and regulatory structures of Mexico. Published in Doing Business in Mexico Guide prepared by Moore Stephens member firms on doing business with or in this country.
Legal Aspects of Doing Business in North America - 2nd Edition provides a survey of the requirements for doing business and investing in Canada, the United States, and Mexico, including state-by-state and province-by-province analysis. Covering nearly all 50 states and 12 Canadian provinces. Hernán Pantaleón is an alumnus (LL.M. ’93 in International Comparative Law) and a visiting professor who teaches the “Legal Aspects of TV Production in Latin America” in the Entertainment, Sports and Arts LL.M. program and “Doing Business in Latin America” in the Inter-American Law LL.M. Throughout his extensive career, Pantaleón has focused his practice on art, entertainment.
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"Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America", a two-volume set with pages, provides a survey of the requirements for doing business and investing in the Latin America region. Purchase includes 24/7 online : Christian Campbell, Editor. Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America - 2nd Edition provides coverage of the requirements for doing business and investing in 29 major countries in Latin America.
The reports are prepared by local business practitioners and offer practical insights into issues relating to selection of type of entity for doing business, incentives, taxation, labor and employment, liabilities, and dispute.
Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America - 2nd Edition provides coverage of the requirements for doing business and investing in 29 major countries in Latin America.
The reports are prepared by local busines. Legal aspects of doing business in Latin America. [Dennis Campbell;] -- Guide for doing business in a few selected Latin American countries each dealt with per chapter. Countries covered in the basic volume are: Argentina, the Bahamas, Bolivia, Brazil, Cayman Islands.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Legal aspects of doing business in Latin America (OCoLC) Material Type: Updating loose-leaf: Document Type. Papers presented at the National Institute on Current Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America held in November in New York City and sponsored by the ABA's Section of International Law.
Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm: Responsibility: editor, Stanley T. Stairs. legal environment. Guatemala has issued legislation that facilitates business and protects investors, creating a secure legal environment for investment and granting foreign investors the same treatment as given to Guatemalan nationals.
This chapter analyzes the essential aspects of doing business. Remember: Latin America is not a country. Top of the list for a very good reason. Approach the various countries of Latin America as though they are all one and the same and you are very likely to fail.
Each is a country in its own right with its own habits, customs and culture. The direction and quality of fiscal policy within LAC is also strongly linked to the question of national governance, where legal, economic, and political aspects of the state can work together to deliver a strong, robust environment in which business can operate.
Legal aspects of doing business in Latin America: Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and the Andean common market countries Author: José T Moscoso ; Practising Law Institute. A very interesting, well-written book. It covers both the current status of business and business needs in latin america and also the cultural aspects of doing business there.
Most books cover one topic or the other. This one blends both into a good by: 6. Legal Guide to Doing Business in South America, Second Edition Twenty-one leading Latin American lawyers discuss keys to success to conducting business in ten South American jurisdictions.
They address establishment and maintenance of a business presence, foreign investments, operational issues, and. Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America Quotes Showing of 1 “Amor significa cierto orden, y no es orden el que uno quiere cuando te has acostumbrado a vivir tan contento en el caos”.
This guide is an important tool for both investors and the legal profession when approaching certain critical aspects in Latin American jurisdictions. Disclaimer. The Doing Business in Latin America guide is a publication from the Latin American Regional Forum of the International Bar Association.
10/10/ AM ] E-COMMERCE IN LATIN AMERICA resolved favorably. The most pressing challenges and obstacles to e-commerce in Latin America include: • Overcoming unique cultural and socio-economic legacies • Cultural peculiarities in consumer habits and customs • Access limited by poor economic conditions and uncertainty • Expensive and unreliable.
Lawrence W. Tuller has been active in international trade and business for more than thirty years. He has been president and general manager of Aeronca, Inc. and controller of the Wire and Cable Division of TRW. During the s, Tuller was CEO and conference host for Latin America/Caribbean Productions, a company that gave seminars on doing business in the region.5/5(1).
The ability of the authors to view Latin America through the lens of international business and globalization will make this book very useful for MBA students, upper-division undergraduates, and corporate g Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above.".
--K. J/5(2). Ease of Doing Business in Nicaragua Region Latin America & Caribbean Starting a Business considers two types of local limited liability companies that are identical in all aspects, except that one none of whom is a legal entity.
One business owner holds 30% of the company shares, two owners have 20% of shares each, and two owners have. Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America - Second Edition Table of Contents.
Introduction. Legal System. Constitution. Laws and Regulations since Establishing Company. The PDF/E-Book products and information available for purchase on this website are either owned by or licensed to Juris and are protected by the.
The book introduces, discusses, and explains in detail the historical, economic, cultural, political, and technological impacts of globalization and business conduct in Latin American countries.The book introduces, discusses, and explains in detail the historical, economic, cultural, political, and technological impacts of globalization and business conduct in Latin American countries.
It also considers the contemporary business environment of the area, looking at how current country and regional factors have affected the process of.Legal Assistance on Doing Business in Latin America Being Civil Law the legal system used in the vast majority of the Latin countries opposed to the Common Law system utilized in English-speaking countries, its understanding is critical to conduct business and to offer sound legal .