The Seventh Resolution modifying the Mexican Trade Regulations (Séptima Resolución de Modificaciones a la Resolución Miscelanea de Comercio Exterior) for 2000 was published in the Official Gazette (DOF) of the Federation on November 16 2000.
Baker & McKenzie, Bustamante & Bustamante, Romero Arteta Ponce and Sullivan & Cromwell represent the OCP consortium and Williams in their bid to build a heavy crude oil pipeline (oleoducto de crudos pesados - OCP).
With an offer of US$1.2billion, the Flughafen Frankfurt/Main, Bechtel Enterprises and Cosapi SA consortium was awarded the bid for the privatisation of Lima's Jorge Chávez airport on November 15.
The law, published in the Official Gazette on November 13, 2000, authorises the President to issue decrees having the force of law for one year from the date of publication.
The new law became applicable as of November 11, 2000 and basically follows the principles set out in the European Union Directive on personal data protection of October 1995.
A decree was issued on November 9 2000, awarding BP Europe Ltd the bid for the airport fuel terminals owned by the state oil company YPFB.
Barbosa Müssnich, Magalhães Ferraz and Demarest e Almeida advised on the signing of the conditional agreement which was announced on November 7 2000 and marks Molson's entry into the South American beer market.
On November 7 2000, YPF SA, Astra CAPSA and Repsol Argentina SA, all Argentine companies controlled by Repsol YPF SA, the Spanish oil and gas company, publicly announced their plan to enter into a merger with YPF SA as the subsisting corporation.
On November 2 2000, the deal in which Spain's Repsol YPF will acquire 45 per cent of Chile's Lipigas Group for US$171 million, was completed.
The approval, by Anatel, completes SES/Astra's purchase of a 20 per cent stake in Brazil's Embratel satellite division, creating a new company called Star One.