Latin and South America boasts an enormous market size with a population in excess of 600 million people, and dramatic growth projections over the next 30 years. Coupled with its vast land size, abundance of natural resources, and proximity to the US, the region represents an attractive opportunity for many foreign businesses. However, the governments in Latin and South America have traditionally placed heavy restrictions, protectionist policies, and high tariffs on foreign companies in order to protect their own businesses. In recent years, many of these restraints have been eased or lifted in order to attract international trade and stimulate the local economies.
If you are looking to establish operations in Latin and South America, Fuller Landau can help. With the assistance of local affiliate firms through our membership in the Leading Edge Alliance (LEA), we can navigate you through the complexities of doing business in this growing region.
For some comprehensive information on local business conditions, please refer to the relevant country or jurisdiction, below. All guides and selected articles have been provided by our LEA affiliate firms and are available on the Leading Edge Alliance website, here. Fuller Landau is not responsible for the accuracy of the information in the guides and articles published by Leading Edge Alliance or by its member firms. Readers should be advised that the documents contained herein are to provide general information only. Accordingly, the information in the documents is not intended to constitute accounting, tax, legal, investment, consulting or other professional advice or services. Before making any decision or taking any action, readers should consult a qualified professional advisor.
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