Globalization and the increase in international trade have also affected Latin America and local industries. Naturally, governments, legislators and/or national companies push for regulation that will be protectionist and restrict market access. Differential tax treatments, market quotas and custom restrictions are all examples of regulatory tools that a company may need to address in trying to make inroads in new markets.
Our people in the region have, at a minimum, 10 years dealing with regulatory affairs, especially in relation to copyright matters. They will address any issues that may represent an impediment to develop or preserve a market.