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Mexico has weathered the threats of a NAFTA exit and uncertainty about the presidential elections so far, but will that continue? Here capital Mexico City. (Photo: City of Mexico City Government)
Antonio Del Pino, Latham & Watkins; Daniel Del Rio, Basham & Ringe and Luis Rubio, Holland & Knight. (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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Mexico M&As: The NAFTA, Election Impact


What will be the impact of NAFTA talks and elections on Mexico M&As?

BY JOACHIM BAMRUD

Mexico is facing a perfect storm of uncertainty around the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the July presidential elections this year.

To what degree will those factors impact mergers and acquisitions in the country?

Latinvex asked three leading experts:

Antonio Del Pino, Co-Chair of the Latin America Practice at Latham & Watkins; Daniel Del Rio, head of Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions Areas at Mexican law firm Basham & Ringe and Luis Rubio, executive partner of the Mexico City office of Holland & Knight.

Mexico, Canada and the United States are scheduled to meet for a seventh round of talks over NAFTA between...

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Keywords: Basham Ringe, Elections, Energy, Holland & Knight, Mexico, Latham & Watkins, NAFTA

 

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