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Regional differences
Regional differences

Regional differences

21 April 2010

Two meetings of law firm leaders and general counsel in Panama City reveal different perspectives on the regionalisation of the Central American zone

Arias, Fábrega joins Lex Mundi
Arias, Fábrega joins Lex Mundi

Arias, Fábrega joins Lex Mundi

13 July 2009

Global law firm association Lex Mundi has admitted Arias, Fábrega & Fábrega as its exclusive member firm for Panama.

The law of the jungle
The law of the jungle

The law of the jungle

14 January 2009

The in-house team at the Rainforest Alliance talks to Rosie Cresswell about sourcing pro bono and protecting the frog trademark

Lexincorp assists Credit Suisse in regional loan
Lexincorp assists Credit Suisse in regional loan

Lexincorp assists Credit Suisse in regional loan

01 October 2008

Central American affiliates of US-based Continental Towers Holding have received a US$70 million loan to invest in telephone network projects across the region.

Monsanto ploughs into Central America
Monsanto ploughs into Central America

Monsanto ploughs into Central America

11 July 2008

US agrochemical group Monsanto has purchased Semillas Cristiani Burkard (SCB), the leading producer of hybrid corn seed in Central America.

IBA revamp
IBA revamp

IBA revamp

15 February 2007

The Latin American division of the International Bar Association has had its annual reshuffle.

Salvadoran bonds simplified
Salvadoran bonds simplified

Salvadoran bonds simplified

09 November 2006

Salvadoran bank Banco Cuscatlán has refinanced and extended bond certificates worth US$300 million.

Fenton's Fables - The Ethics Column
Fenton's Fables - The Ethics Column

Fenton's Fables - The Ethics Column

05 January 2006

This week Latin Lawyer is launching a new Ethics Column: a legal ethical scenario, followed by thoughts and comments by our readers. Read on to participate in the debate.

Brazilian beer brand launches in El Salvador
Brazilian beer brand launches in El Salvador

Brazilian beer brand launches in El Salvador

25 April 2005

International beer giant InBev has entered the Salvadorean market with leading Brazilian brand Brahma. According to partner Ricardo Cevallos of Delgado & Cevallos, who advised InBev in El Salvador, the company plans to invest US$20 million on marketing the beer, and aims to build a production plant in the country in the next few years.