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Having opened its economy to the world, Mexico has embarked on an irreversible course of economic development. It presents ever-growing investment opportunities to the global community. Mexico's expanding network of 27 free trade agreements demonstrate that it is a key centre of trade in the Americas. Its commitment to market principles is unwavering.
Today, Mexico has become a global leader in attracting foreign direct investment. It is increasingly the target of savvy international investors. Its perseverance in the global market is rewarding those ready and able to invest in it.
Taking advantage of huge investment opportunities in Mexico requires planning. Investors need to be aware of the legal and regulatory framework surrounding business in Mexico. Understanding the dynamic relationship between culture, business and law is indispensable to properly evaluating business opportunities there and avoiding pitfalls.
Doing Business in Mexico provides the lawyer or business professional with timely, practical and useful information on business law and practice. Each section includes a contribution by an expert in a dynamic area of business law. Each begins with a general overview, followed by specific commentary on the applicable legal and regulatory framework. This book emphasizes topical legal and practical problems, including ways of remedying them. Each section concludes with useful strategies, precedents, checklists and suggested further reading.
An appendix contains valuable commercial laws and treaties, including among others, the NAFTA and the Mexico-EU Free Trade Agreement. Doing Business in Mexico provides timely and effective checklists, precedents and strategies. Among other topics, it explores: investing in Mexico - importing to and exporting from Mexico; cultural realities in Mexico - evolving economic, political thinking in Mexico; law in Mexico, the US, the Americas and Europe - comparative legal development; establishing an entity in Mexico - labour relations; licensing intellectual property -tax considerations; environmental compliance - resolving disputes; and a great deal more. Significant changes in Mexican law impacting on business transactions are constantly updated and translated.