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On July 17, 2024, the provision of the Provincial Directorate of Legal Entities of the Province of Buenos Aires (“DPPJ”) No 64/2024 (the “Provision 64/2024”) came into force, which regulates the registration of companies incorporated abroad that request their registration for the habitual exercise of the acts included in their purpose, to establish a branch, seat or permanent representation within the Province of Buenos Aires.

On 07/16/24, General Resolution 15/2024 (the “Resolution”) issued by the General Inspectorate of Justice (“IGJ”) was published by which the “Rules of the General Inspectorate of Justice” (“IGJ Rules”) were approved, which will replace, with certain exceptions.

On July 4, 2024, Law No 14,913/2024 was published in the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU), amending the Internship Law to regulate international exchange.

A new law has been enacted in Argentina aimed at promoting major investment projects in various sectors, including infrastructure, oil & gas, mining, forestry, technology, steel, and tourism.

It explores the recent fiscal package’s essential details and implications that introduce significant measures in various tax areas.

This resolution regulates the summary procedure and the application of sanctions within the framework of Law No-25,246, and it applies to all obligated entities.

In May 2024, the Court of the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (“CADE”) unanimously approved Petrobras’ request to renegotiate the conditions of two Terms of Cessation Commitment (“TCCs”) signed with CADE in 2019 in the context of an investigation of alleged abuse of dominant position.

The commercial law journal of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú published an article written by Juan Aberg Cobo and Lisandro Frene, members of Richards, Cardinal, Tützer, Zabala & Zaefferer IT & Data Privacy team, on “Legal considerations on personal data in mergers and acquisitions.”

Decree No 496/2024 amended Regulatory Decree No 918/12 (of Law No 25,246) to strengthen preventive measures against the financing of terrorism.

What you need to know about the new Communication “A” 8032 of the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic.

The Fourth Panel of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) issued a relevant decision with regard to lost profits in cases of termination of a property purchase and sale contract due to delay in delivery.

The Ministry of Security is progressing with cyber-patrolling publicly accessible websites and public digital sources.

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