At The Latin American Lawyer we are sending thoughts, prayers and solidarity with everyone affected by the earthquakes in Mexico and Guatemala and by hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria throughout the Caribbean and Florida.
In legal news this week, PPU provided local counsel in Peru to Westfalia Fruit on a $90 million loan and Rodrigo Elias & Medrano acted for the lenders. Chilean wood manufacturer Masisa retained Carey and Pinheiro Neto on the sale of its Brazilian subsidiary while in Mexico, Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de Mexico issued $4 billion in green bonds to finance the construction and development of the new Mexico City International Airport and Cleary Gottlieb, Galicia Abogados, Jones Day and Paul Hastings worked together on the deal:
Meanwhile, Central American law firm BLP opened a representative office in Madrid. It is the second firm from that region to do so after Pacheco Coto launched in the Spanish capital in 2013.
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The Latin American Lawyer will be in Miami in November with two events. Keep an eye on the calendar here for updates.
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