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An Update on The U.S.-Mexico Border 2012 Program

By Wayne Nastri and Howard Berman, Dutko Worldwide The regional offices of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) are tasked with implementing this nation’s environmental policy through operations and enforcement. USEPA’s mission remains straight-forward; protect human health and the environment. It’s a tremendous challenge that faces many hurdles including insufficient resources to address all the tasks … Continue Reading

Uncertainty of the Maquiladora Plants in Mexico

By Gerardo Hernandez Reyes,  Jose Luis Alvarez Palacio, Sergio Barajas Perez, Turenna Ramirez Ortiz and Luis F. Martinez, Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C. In recent years, the Tax Authority Auditing Offices have begun to implement a series of revisions in the area of Foreign Trade, which have resulted in exorbitant tax calculations and fines, and … Continue Reading

Public Green, Private Gold: Opportunities from Climate Change Regulation in the U.S. and Mexico

By Gloria Park and Estuardo Anaya, Santamarina y Steta  Global climate change is a very popular topic of discussion of late, both in Mexico and the United States, and particularly in California. Driven by a widely perceived consensus among scientists that global warming is currently taking place at an accelerating rate, due in large part to … Continue Reading

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