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International Tax Policy: Newest Developments

The international tax policy landscape is in the process of some key changes that are important for Latin American businesses to monitor. In particular, businesses should pay attention to two key developments. First, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is asking for input on a global minimum tax proposal, a key part of … Continue Reading

Mexican Asset Forfeiture Redux

As a response to the increased violence of organized crime, Mexico passed its first forfeiture law in 2008. At the time, the law was seen as an agile tool for federal and state governments to reach the financial assets of drug cartels and organized crime within the limits of existing constitutional protections. In practice, however, … Continue Reading

Squire Patton Boggs Hosts Semana Dominicana Event | “Adapting to Global Supply Chain Disruption”

In September, Washington, DC welcomed a business delegation from the Dominican Republic (DR), as part of the annual Dominican Week (“SemDomUSA2019”). The trip allows for the dynamic Dominican private sector and Washington to exchange ideas toward strengthening economic ties between the United States and the Dominican Republic (DR). Squire Patton Boggs hosted the distinguished delegation … Continue Reading
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