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Report of Significant Legal Developments in Mexico During 2011 and Expected in 2012

12.31.11

REPORT OF SIGNIFICANT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS IN 2011 AND EXPECTED IN 2012

INTRODUCTION

This report provides a list, followed by executive summaries, of some of the most relevant legal developments in 2011 that may substantially impact our clients. It also includes a list and other summaries of those potential legal developments that are still in the pipeline, and that could be introduced in 2012 or in the short run.

SECTION I. LEGAL AMENDMENTS RECENTLY APPROVED

The first section of this report includes a list of statutory amendments that have been recently passed, approved or published by the Mexican Government.

Some of the main legal amendments recently approved in Mexico and that may substantially impact our clients:

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