The Kirchner administration’s interventionist approach to government and informal use of questionable regulation is causing foreign companies to seriously rethink their investments in Argentina, while the level of corruption is a growing concern. At a round table held in Buenos Aires in March, senior partners of Argentina’s leading law firms spoke about the abundance of regulatory and ‘therapy’ work for clients, while lamenting the lack of traditional transactional work. On the positive side, the country’s recent history means Argentine lawyers are prepared for anything - making for a competitive, highly qualified legal market
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