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Newsletter 39
November, 2018

At Von Wobeser y Sierra we decided to put together this up-to-the-present analysis of a new accord that—when it receives internal approval from its signatory nations—will oversee the region’s international trade. We do so with an understanding of the immense importance NAFTA and its update have for our clients and friends. The content is listed below and you can read it here.

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Newsletter 38
April, 2018

Editorial: In recent months, social and economic uncertainty has intensified both in Mexico and around the world. Yet despite this, and in addition to a number of trade-related, financial and political setbacks, Mexico has stayed relatively stable.

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Newsletter 37
November, 2017

Editorial: We have moved into fourth-quarter 2017. The year so far has been characterized by major uncertainty in the international political arena as well as by large-scale natural disasters that also threaten the global economy. Despite everything, Mexico has remained relatively stable and has to this point managed to temper those circumstances' adverse effects.

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Newsletter 36
May, 2014

Editorial: The first quarter of 2014 has just ended and the initial effects of the recent tax reform, in force as of this past January 1st, can now be seen.

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Newsletter 35
October, 2013

Editorial: Almost one year after Enrique Peña Nieto took office as president of Mexico and after the government and representatives of the principal political parties signed the Pact for Mexico, the country is at the important stage of making changes to its laws to accomplish the most important goals of the Pact.

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Newsletter 34
December, 2012

EDITORIAL: A new six-year presidential term is about to begin in Mexico and there is an air of expectation. After 12 years, the voters have given the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) the opportunity to return to power.

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Newsletter 33
March, 2012

EDITORIAL: Although we began the year 2012 with hopes for a better economic panorama, the world has remained immersed in a crisis of large proportions that has lasted longer than anyone expected. It seems that the same economic crisis that began in the United States is now being transferred to the European Union.

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