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Mexico: Mexican Stock-Market

Paramount amendments to the Mexican Stock Exchange Act (Ley del Mercado de Valores or LMV) and the Investment Funds Law (Ley de Fondos de Inversión or LFI) will be enacted, aiming to improve access for small and mid-sized companies to capital markets and expanding investment opportunities. Although Mexico made some important progress in developing its

Brazil: STJ decides that large-sized Limited liability Companies do not need to publish financial statements

April 2023 – Rossetti Advogados In a recent trial, the 3rd panel of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) (REsp 1.824.891) decided that large-sized limited-liability companies, which are those that had, individually or jointly with other companies under common control, in the previous fiscal year, total assets equal to or in excess of R$240,000,000.00 or annual gross

Argentina: Taxing Crypto Assets: Is the Law Always a Step Behind?

Ruling 2/2022 by the Argentine Federal Tax Authority (AFIP) reinterpreted existing legislation to hold cryptocurrencies subject to personal property tax. Does this make sense? Can the government and the taxpayer agree on when and how to calculate the tax?  How Crypto is Taxed Globally As investment in cryptocurrencies grows, governments have responded in wildly different

Mexico: Tesla in Mexico

As you all may know, today Tesla Motors Corporation has announced that it will invest in Mexico, particularly in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon in order to build a mega factory where it will produce the Mode 2. Likewise, Mexican Government has launched an ambitious project to promote lithium production. We would like to highlight some of