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Sánchez Devanny elects first female Mexico City head

Mexico’s Sánchez Devanny has elected Turenna Ramírez Ortiz as its new managing partner in Mexico City, which also makes her the first woman on the firm’s management committee.

Ex-Obama official to co-chair Holland & Knight’s global trade group

PepsiCo makes Uruguay its flagship Americas plant

Features

A reformed Mercosur? Don’t hold your breath

The governments of Mercosur’s member states have been vocal advocates of modernising the restrictive economic alliance. Esteban Rópolo of Baker McKenzie (Argentina) and Marcelle Silbiger of Trench Rossi Watanabe in Brazil explain what stands in the way.

NAFTA 2.0?

The United States, Mexico and Canada signed a free trade agreement on 30 November 2018, replacing the existing 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in place between the three countries. Hogan Lovells LLP partner Chandri Navarro asks whether the US–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) really represents a significant change in the trade relationship between the three countries.