Brazil: Tax Reform Likely
President Rousseff's tax reform will likely be approved by Congress, but piecemeal and within the next two years.
Chevron, Software, Banking
The Ecuador lawsuit against Chevron gets even bigger, Colombia best on software piracy and second-best on banking.
Chile: Team Piñera
Latin Business Chronicle takes a closer look at the new cabinet of Chilean President Sebastian Piñera.
Latin America: Legal Disputes Grow
Legal disputes with governments as well as other private parties are growing in Latin America and are likely to increase further this year.
Latin America Disputes Q&A
Latin Business Chronicle asks leading experts about Latin America’s growing legal disputes and the outlook this year.
Trade Experts Support Mexico
Experts say Mexico was right to retaliate for U.S. violations of NAFTA and warn against rising protectionism in the United States.
Mexico Success for Jones Day
Mexico and infrastructure work in countries like Brazil, Colombia and Costa Rica are driving Jones Day's growth in Latin America.
Fulbright: China-Latin Growth
Fulbright & Jaworski boosted Latin America business last year and expects this year’s business to be helped by growing ties with China and the Middle East.
Multilatinas: Continued Expansion
Despite the current financial crisis, multilatinas are poised for continued expansion in pan-regional Latin markets and internationally.
Peru's Legal Boom
Peru's legal sector is booming thanks to a strong economy, investment grade and a trade agreement with the United States.
Colombia's Legal Boom
A growing economy and increased foreign investment is boosting Colombia's legal sector.
Brazil's Legal Samba
Brazil's legal sector is booming. The country’s new investment grade will help boost foreign law firms' business further.
Q&A on Brazil Law Boom
Latin Business Chronicle asks four leading lawyers about the outlook for Brazil’s legal sector.
Brazil Keeps Booming
Brazil reaches investment grade earlier than expected. Meanwhile, FDI is setting new records. Brazil's boom appears without end.
The Case for NAFTA
NAFTA benefits both the United States and Mexico, experts say. Any renegotiation would result in U.S. job losses, they say.
In the grand scheme of economic forces, NAFTA is no more than a blip on the U.S. employment picture.
Mexico's Legal Boom
Rising foreign direct investment is giving a boost to Mexico's legal sector.
Latin Law Business Boom
The growing number of disputes in Latin America is good business for U.S. law firms as is the IPO and M&A boom.
Latin Law Boom Q&A
Latin Business Chronicle asks leading law firms about the results of their Latin American business and the outlook.
Dealing With Latin Populists
Populist rhetoric and policies will continue as long as natural resources prices remain high. But what happens after they fall?
Ecuador Oil: More Trouble Ahead
President Correa's oil policies will result in more disputes with foreign companies and reduced oil production, experts predict.
Brazil M&A Boom Continues
Brazilian law firm Mattos Filho, a leading M&A advisor in Latin America, expects another strong year.
CAFTA Disputes Grow
Trade and business grows in CAFTA. But so will the number of disputes, experts warn.
Latin America: More Disputes
A debt default in Ecuador and future expropriations in Venezuela will likely lead to a wave of disputes with private investors, experts say.