Speaking Engagements

Tax Issues Facing Mining, Oil, Natural Gas, and Other Natural Resource Companies

6th Annual U.S.-Latin America Tax Planning Strategies Conference
06.13.13

11-12:30 p.m. EDT

Tax Partner Fernando Camarena, of Gardere Wynne Sewell's Mexico City office, Gardere, Arena y Asociados S.C., is slated to present "Tax Issues Facing Mining, Oil, Natural Gas, and Other Natural Resource Companies" at the 6th Annual U.S.-Latin America Tax Planning Strategies Conference in Miami. The Conference, scheduled for June 13-14, 2013, is presented by the American Bar Association Section of TaxationIFA-USA BranchInternational Bar Association, Taxes CommitteeTax Executives Institute Inc., and American Bar Association Section of International Law.

Mr. Camarena will be presenting at the Thursday-morning session. The panel will discuss industry-specific issues facing mining, oil, natural gas and other natural resource companies.

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