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EU: European Commission adopts report on corporate due diligence and accountability

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In brief On 10 March 2021, the European Parliament adopted a legislative initiative report (504 votes in favour, 79 against and 112 abstentions) setting out recommendations to...

Brazil: New Gas Law approved

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In brief On 16 March 2021, the House of Representatives rejected the amendments proposed by the Senate and approved Bill of Law No. 4,476/2020 (updated...

United States: 2021 Annual Supply Chain Risks & Rewards in Emerging Markets Conference

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Baker McKenzie is pleased to invite you to our virtual annual conference Supply Chain Risks & Rewards in Emerging Markets.In addition to providing the...

Argentina: Companies preventive discharge from the Mining Investment Registry

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On 8 March 2021, through Resolutions Nos. 50 and 51 ("Resolutions") from the Nation's Mining Secretary, more than 100 exploration companies and 33 mining services companies  –  indicated in Annex I of each of the Resolutions  –  have been preventively discharged from the Mining Investments Registry of Law No. 24,196. The preventive discharged was for one year. The  companies that have been preventively discharged will be able to request reinstatement to the Mining Investment Registry in accordance with Section 4 of Resolution No. 118/2020, only if is not definitive.

Global: Corporate Renewable PPAs: 2021 & Beyond Webinar Series

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As corporates continue to be challenged, to develop and deliver on sustainability goals, and seek to hedge electricity prices in an extraordinarily volatile market,...

Global: Financial Services Regulatory: Bite-size Briefings

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A series of briefings that take a 'bite-size' look at international trends in financial services regulation, drawing on the expertise of Baker McKenzie's experienced...

Global: Debt & Equity Podcasts

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Sustainable Finance as a trend and financing option has grown exponentially and shows no signs of slowing down. In this series of short podcasts,...

Europe: EU Commission proposes new regulation for sustainable batteries

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On 10 December 2020, the European Commission published its proposal for a new Sustainable Batteries Regulation ("Regulation"), as part of its wider strategy for a climate-neutral, resource-efficient EU economy. The draft legislative proposal aims to ensure that all batteries placed on the EU market are sustainable, circular and safe, by introducing specific requirements across different stages of the product life cycle as well as new CE marking requirements for batteries. It represents a sweeping overhaul of the existing regulatory framework for batteries in the EU, with potentially significant implications for manufacturers, producers, importers and distributors of batteries and products containing batteries.

ESG Debt & Equity Podcasts

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ShareSustainable Finance as a trend and financing option has grown exponentially and shows no signs of slowing down. In this series of short podcasts,...

Latin America EMI Talks

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The Latin America energy, mining and infrastructure industry is transitioning to a new normal. The evolving market conditions drive the need for new regulations...
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