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05 June 2018
Carlos Ramos Miranda Will Brexit and possible NAFTA termination affect Mexican insurers?

Mexico - Hogan Lovells BSTL SC

There has been much speculation around the implications of Brexit and the possible termination of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). One of the clear benefits of both NAFTA and the free trade agreement entered into between Mexico and the European Union was the exemption of NAFTA and EU insurers from the foreign investment restriction. However, as this restriction was eliminated in 2014, affiliates of insurers located in NAFTA and EU member states will not be substantially affected.

Author: Carlos Ramos Miranda
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