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Mexico’s Central Bank Imposes New Limits on Bank Fees and Commissions

August 25, 2010 Mexico

Guest post by Carlos Gonzalez, partner, Diaz Reus and Ricardo Ortiz, associate Mexico’s central bank (Banxico) on July 26 imposed several new limits on bank fees and commissions. Among the new regulations are prohibitions against banks charging account holders fees on deposits and loan payments. Also, banks will be required to display the total cost […]

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The World Expo in Shanghai China Expected to Draw 70 Million People Worldwide

June 18, 2010 China

Largest event ever in the 150 history of global expositions. The World Expo in Shanghai China is expected to attract over 70 million people worldwide who will visit exhibitors from more than 200 countries. The six-month world exhibition, which is themed “Better City, Better Life,” runs May 1-Oct. 31, 2010, and will be located on […]

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Empowering In-house Counsel : 2010 World Expo in Shanghi China

June 13, 2010 China

Mexico looks to tap Chinese investors and promote trade Mexico looks to World Expo to tap Chinese investors and promote trade.  Eager to promote international trade between Mexico and China (and Asia more generally), ProMexico – the government institution responsible for strengthening Mexico’s participation in the global economy – has entered into an exclusive agreement […]

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