Latin Trade Week. Day 4. “Business opportunities and the regulatory environment” (video)

Opportunities that will open up, and those that will disappear with changes in regulation. How will governments facilitate or hinder the action of the private sector?

Speakers

• Yosbel Ibarra, Co-Managing Shareholder Miami office, Greenberg Traurig, Miami

• Plínio Barbosa, Founding partner, Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão, Rio de Janeiro

• Adriana Ibarra, Trade & Commerce Partner, Baker McKenzie, Mexico City

• Moderator: Santiago Gutierrez, Executive Editor Latin Trade

Find the video here.

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