Opportunities for private companies in Mexico are supported by intellectual property regulations and the increasing use of PPPs to deliver infrastructure. The intellectual property legislation, improved by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the local Agreements on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights have benefited the control of intellectual property rights, patents registration, brands, industrial secrets and copyrights. Even though the results of this legislation…
From The Report: Mexico 2017
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This chapter provides an overview of Mexico’s legal framework, covering a range of topics from improvements to the framework for intellectual property and public-private partnerships to regulations and obligations governing value-added tax. In addition, it features a viewpoint by César Maillard Canudas, Managing Partner, Maillard, Cerbón, Canudas, Argumedo, Palma y Asociados, on the labour reform.