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September 20, 2006

October 12: Doing Business in Mexico with Tecnologico de Monterrey law professor Carlos Gabuardi

Monterrey, Mexico
Doing Business in Mexico

Business law professor Carlos Gabuardi, of Mexico’s Tecnologico de Monterrey, will be a guest of the Center for Law and Entrepreneurship and the UO chapter of the United States Mexico Bar Association (USMBA) on Thursday, October 12 

Noon – 1:00 P.M., Room 142. Luncheon Lecture.
RSVP  by October 9 for the fajita lunch.

4:30 P.M. Center for Law and Entrepreneurship (Suite 220).
Reception for Professor Gabuardi. Margaritas and chips.

All members of the university community welcome.
Carlos Gabuardi Carlos Gabuardi teaches international business transactions, private international law, and comparative law at Mexico’s ITESM, popularly called Tecnologico de Monterrey (Institituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Departamento de Derecho.) He is a law professor and practicing lawyer who previously worked in the legal department of the World Bank in Washington D.C.

ITESM is one of the most important private universities in Latin America, particularly in the area of business and technological studies. It has 33 campuses and agreements with universities in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Monterrey, in the Northeastern state of Neuva Leon, is Mexico’s third largest metropolitan area and one of the richest and most important industrial and financial hubs in the country. In 1999, Fortune magazine called it the best Latin American city for business. Many of Mexico’s largest corporations are headquartered in Monterrey (including the huge brewery that makes Tecate, Dos Equis, and Carta Blanca).

Speaker’s website

TEC de Monterrey website 


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