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El Salvador
By Antonio Mendez
The general statutory corporate income tax rate for Salvadoran entities including Salvadoran branches of foreign companies is 25% on net income.
By Roberto Romero Pineda
Bankruptcy is the legal situation in which a corporation may temporarily or permanently close, due to the impossibility of fulfilling its obligations.
By Marcela Mancia Dada, Jose Romero Mena Esq
Any person or entity can apply for a mark in El Salvador, regardless of nationality, domicile or establishment.
By Jose Romero Mena Esq, Jorge Méndez
What legal or administrative proceedings are available for enforcing patent rights against an infringer? Are there specialised courts in which a patent infringement lawsuit can or must be brought?
By Jose Romero Mena Esq
Located in the heart of Central America with a population of approximately 6.8 million, El Salvador is the most densely populated country in the Americas. Its legal framework is derived from the Constitution of 1983.
By Gilberto Fajardo
The Free Trade Agreement between Dominican Republic, Central America and United States of America (CAFTA-DR) has resulted in substantial amendments to the intellectual property field in El Salvador.
By Jose Romero Mena Esq, Marcela Mancia Dada
As part of its long-term plan of creating a Free Trade Area of the Americas, the United States is building smaller trade blocs through bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements. The first such agreement was the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, which came into force on January 1, 1994.