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Energy

Oil and Gas in Mexico: Private Sector Participation Takes Shape

A new and transformed oil and gas industry is emerging in Mexico. The country continues to implement structural changes designed to promote the country’s economic growth and stability through a series of legal reforms. Mexico’s Congress has approved President Enrique Peña Nieto...

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International Trade

First Sale Customs Valuation: Legally Lowering the Landed Costs of Goods

Each year, millions of dollars are paid in customs duties unnecessarily because importers fail to take advantage of the "First Sale Rule," a legal route to reduce duty liability. Importers typically pay customs duties on the price paid to their vendors. With the First Sale Rule, an...

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International Trade

Premier International Practice with Strong Community Focus

Editor: Please tell our readers about Jones Day’s recent Dallas conference on “Getting the Deal Done When Governments Stand in the Way: The New Deal-Making Paradigm.” Galvan: In the current economy, companies large and small are doing business all over the world. Since a...

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