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Raymundo Enríquez

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Raymundo Enriquez is currently a partner in Baker McKenzie's Antitrust Practice Group in Mexico City. Mr. Enriquez focuses his practice on foreign trade and competition law. He advises and represents clients in proceedings before the Mexican antitrust authority. He also has extensive experience assisting clients in a wide range of issues involving merger control, compliance programs, cartel investigations and antidumping proceedings involving WTO.

After having rejected initially any possibility in this regard, the Federal Ministry of Health (“MoH”) issued a Decree, published in the Official Gazette on 25 January 20211 establishing the conditions under which the local (State) governments and the private sector, can participate in the National Vaccination Program for COVID-19. Although it does not eliminate many uncertainties, it opens certain possibilities of action.

The Latin America energy, mining and infrastructure industry is transitioning to a New Normal. The evolving market conditions drive the need for new regulations and business strategies to be addressed by governments and multinational and local companies in the sector. We invite you to listen to our Latin America Energy,…

On 12 November 2019, the Secretary of Public Administration (SFP) published in the Federal Official Gazette the “Resolution issuing the provisions regarding the reception and disposal of gifts, presents or analogous by public officials of the Federal Government.” The SFP recapped the provisions of the General Law of Administrative Responsibilities…