Commercial Laws of Argentina

by 27 Jun 2015Companies, Doing business in Argentina

We are proud to announce that our partner, Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino, contributed with the Chapter on Argentina in the book “Digest of Commercial Laws of the World”, Release 2015-6, recently published by the international publisher Thomson Reuters.

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