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Castro Sammartino & Pierini
Following, we will explain the procedures to close a stock purchase transaction regarding mergers and acquisitions in Argentina.
M & M Bomchil
Law 27,442 (the "Law"), which entered into effect on May 24, 2018 along with its Implementing Regulation -Decree 480/2018- introduces sweeping changes in the competition law regime in Argentina.
Castro Sammartino & Pierini
The plaintiff was a physician who had been working for more than seven years, invoicing his services as if he were an independent contractor.
Baker & McKenzie
At a time with M&A deal activity continues to rise in Latin America, Baker & McKenzie has released its first edition of its Latin America M&A Handbook to provide an overview of the key legal...
The Comisión Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia ("Antitrust Agency") is working on a bill of law that will be sent to Congress in the next few months to amend Argentine Law 25,156 (the "Antitrust Law").
Castro Sammartino & Pierini
The new CCCN has introduced an entire title to cover international private law in Argentina.
Iberian Lawyer
Law firms anticipating growth as confidence in Argentina increases after $16.5m of sovereign debt is issued and government moves to reduce inflation and budget deficit.
Canosa Abogados
On September 7th, 2015, the Federal Court in and for the City of Mar del Plata ruled in favor of the merger between business entities owned by the same economic group.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
The international financial markets have not been accessible to either the private or public sector of Argentina since the second half of 2007.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
Argentina is seeing an increasing government tendency towards intervention and regulation of economic activities.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
The Public Registry of Commerce of the Province of Buenos Aires issued Disposition No. 18/2012, whose main aim is to reorganize all resolutions issued since 2003 as well as to match with certain regulations of the Public Registry of Commerce of the City of Buenos Aires.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
In the last days of October 2011, the Argentine Government has adopted certain regulatory measures intended to maintain the value of the Peso against the US Dollar and adversely affecting particularly the Hydrocarbons, Mining and Insurance Industry, and repatriation of direct investments.
Argentina’s GDP grew from 2003 to 2007 at annual rates higher than 8%, barely declining to around 7% in 2008. However, the global crisis accelerated the end of such impressive growth cycle, and the GDP’s evolution for 2009 is expected to be close to cero.
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