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Government of El Salvador launches FIREMPRESA

On October 15th, the Government of El Salvador launched the "Trust for the Economic Recovery of Salvadorian Companies - FIREMPRESA". This trust fund seeks to provide economic resources to micro, small...

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USD 850 Million in Sovereign Bonds are Approved in Honduras

Sovereign bonds are issued to raise money to finance government services and budget deficits. Due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Secretary of Finance proceeded to ask the Nation...

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Final Beneficiary in Nicaragua

The term Final Beneficiary has been gaining importance internationally due to its central role in the transparency and integrity of societies. This term is also referred to as beneficial ownership or ...

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Costa Rica’s Public Sector Begins to Return

After Directive number 073-S-MTSS of March 9, 2020, on the measures of attention and inter-institutional coordination in the face of the health alert for Coronavirus (COVID-19), provided for the tempo...

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Transactions

Fourth sovereign bonds issuance by the Government of Honduras

The Government of Honduras recently carried out a successful placement of sovereign bonds, now for the order of USD 600 million. García & Bodán Honduras was part of this important transaction by p...

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Cairn Energy PLC targets oil of Nicaragua

Federico Gurdián, Managing Partner of García & Bodán and Regional Director of the Corporate and Transactional practice of said Firm, provided legal...

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García & Bodán successfully completes patent proceedings for treatment of American Trypanosomiasis

The Ministry of Education of El Salvador, through the Vice-Ministry of Science and Technology and its National Center for Scientific Research of El Salvador (CICES), le...

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García & Bodán participates in the purchase of Telefónica Nicaragua

Millicom International Cellular S.A., company owner of Tigo, has acquired the operations of Telefónica S.A. in the markets of Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama, in a transaction that exceeds USD 1,650 ...

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