Mayer Brown has been working in emerging markets for decades across multiple practices and regions, helping our clients to navigate the unique challenges and opportunities associated with doing business in different markets. Our work spans a wide range of jurisdictions, parties and products - one of the main reasons we enjoy the work so much. We decided to produce a quarterly newsletter focused on emerging markets towards the end of 2021. In the short time since then, the macro-economic landscape has changed dramatically.
This first edition features topical articles across a range of areas, including sustainability linked loans; OECD arrangements; sanctions; and contractual risks, from our experience emerging markets lawyers in the EMEA region. In future editions, we will include contributions from colleagues in Asia and Latin America.
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Originally published April 2022
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