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With more than 50 years in Mexico, Baker McKenzie provides legal and tax services through its five offices, 11 practice areas, and 330 professionals and a global platform with 77 offices in 47 countries. As the largest law Firm in Mexico, we provide clients deep local knowledge with global reach and unmatched innovation.

We advice our clients in their local and foreign real estate investments, utilizing our Firm’s global platform, providing comprehensive services, including, without limitation, legal due diligence, acquisition, sale, lease and development of all types of real property and projects, legal structuring, investment funds, tax strategy, project development via public-private partnerships (PPP), asset financing and securitization (REITs and CKDs), among others.

In addition, our sophisticated know-how and high penetration in the infrastructure industry, enables us to participate in challenging projects related to power, energy efficiency, oil, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), water, railways, ports, airports, roads and mines, among other.

Baker McKenzie, our Real Estate and Infrastructure practice as well as our professionals in the area, have been acknowledged as leading and highly recommended by several international publications, such as Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, International Tax Review and IFLR 1000: The Guide to the WorldÅLs Leading Financial Law Firms.

We face optimistic and interesting times in Mexico’s history for the infrastructure and real estate sectors, mainly in the energy, public works, automotive industry and institutional investment in real estate assets to form portfolios subject to financing.

The structural legal reforms in Mexico have created new scenarios for economic development and investment opportunities, which must be understood in detail by those who intend to venture in the same. This is where our Real Estate and Infrastructure legal practice plays a key role, as we can guide our clients to easily navigate through the new regulatory regimes, so they can focus on their business.

Our practice provides extensive experience and deep knowledge in the Real Estate and Infrastructure industry globally. This helps our clients when making strategic and business decisions in the different markets in Mexico and the world.

Our professionals create synergies with the different specialty areas of law that our Firm has, so our advice is delivered with high added value, considering, among other, tax, financial, corporate, environmental and regulatory aspects and requirements in different sectors and industries, project types, and locations, always keeping in mind our clients’ business needs and consider them a key factor and the cornerstone for the success of their projects. Our clients range from domestic to multinational companies in different industries, including but not limited to contractors and institutional developers in the industrial, commercial, residential and tourism sectors, among others.

 
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El Plan Carretero de Jalisco lleva un avance del 50%

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El Gobierno de Jalisco anunció que se ha renovado, hasta la fecha, el 50% de su red estatal como parte de su Plan Carretero 2019-2024, el cual fue diseñado a partir de tres ejes: seguridad, conectividad y desarrollo regional.

Hasta el momento se han invertido 8 mil 766 millones de pesos de recursos estatales aunados a los 2 mil 674 millones del presupuesto de la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) para la renovación del 80% de la red estatal que se localizaba en estado crítico y 6 nuevas carreteras que mejorarían la articulación regional de Jalisco.

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Mapa vía enriquealfaro.mx

“Dentro de nueve meses, habremos alcanzado el objetivo de tener en buenas condiciones 70% de la red carretera estatal en tan solo dos años de gobierno [..] Pasamos de 80% en mal estado, a 70% en buen estado”, comentó Alfaro Ramírez, gobernador de Jalisco, hace 1 año. Sin embargo, ese objetivo no se logró.

De las 6 nuevas carreteras, 4 de ellas se frenaron por los recortes federales del 2020; los tramos que se suspendieron fueron Santa Rosa-La Barca, El Tuito-Melaque, tramo de la ruta Villa Purificación-Autlán y parte de la carretera a Colotlán. 

Y las que continuaron con su construcción fueron Jiquilpan-Guadalajara, el tramo de Tizapán el Alto, y la parte del crucero a Tapalpa de la carretera de Acatlán-Ciudad Guzmán; las cuales tuvieron un costo de más de 90 millones de pesos.

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El proyecto planea mejorar los 6 mil 617 kilómetros de carreteras públicas del estado, de las cuales más del 60% corresponden a la red estatal y lo restante a la federal, las cuales tienen un flujo anual de 62 millones de personas según datos de la SCT. El Plan Carretero 2019-2024 conectará los 125 municipios de Jalisco con otros estados, como Aguascalientes y presupone un crecimiento económico para toda la zona. 

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