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By Gonzalo Secco, Manuel Lecuona, Carolina Piacenza, Carla Arellano
On June 26, 2017, the Executive Branch regulated the law that governs, among other matters, the obligation of commercial companies and other entities based in Uruguay to identify the ultimate...
By Federico Silva, Sally Romero
The Law on Modernization and Strengthening of Paraguayan Financial System Regulations (Law 5,787/16) modified the previous banking law in the following key ways:
By Álvaro Ordóñez, Bruno Pesantes Muirragui
Minister of Mining, Javier Cordova, issued a Ministerial Agreement ("Agreement") that reformed the Instructive of Metal Mining Concessions ("Instructive").
By Ernesto Velasco Granda, Mareva Orozco
In response to the wave of revelations of corruption in government contracting in Latin America, Ecuador's Public Procurement Service announced at the outset of June that it is in the process of...
By Carla Arellano
On November 28, 2016 a comprehensive bill of law on asset laundering was sent to Parliament
By Lindsay Sykes, Estefania Paz
The Ministry of Institutional Transparency and the Fight against Corruption and the Ministry of Justice were merged through Supreme Decree 3058 on January 22, 2017.
By Carla Arellano
On April 3 Daniel Espinosa Teibo was designated as new National Secretary for the Fight Against Asset Laundering and Terrorism Financing in Resolution P/1705.
By Federico Silva, Sally Romero
The National Anticorruption Secretariat ("SENAC") has created three channels for the public to report corrupt acts:
By Federico Silva, Sally Romero
On February 16, 2016, the Executive Branch approved the National Corruption Prevention Plan.
By Javier Robalino
On May 17, 2017, President Rafael Correa issued 16 executive decrees ordering the denunciation and termination of the Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs).
By Javier Robalino
During this event, the Executive Branch stressed the failure of the BITs and stated that this report will help Ecuador in the denunciation process of the treaties.
By Javier Robalino
On May 3rd of 2017, the Plenary of the National Assembly approved to continue with the denunciation of twelve Bilateral Investment Treaties ("BITs") currently in force.
By Gonzalo Secco, Belén Hernández, Carla Arellano
Following prior assessments, the project documents are now at an advanced stage of study by the entities involved.
By Néstor Loizaga
The National Government, through the Ministry of Public Works and Communications (MOPC) announced on March 14th, 2017, the first award of an infrastructure project under 5074/13 Law.
By Gerardo Villagómez
The agreement covers widening and improvement of the existing highway, converting it into a four-lane dual-carriageway, and includes a series of engineering structures involving construction of four bridges and two tube tunnels.