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Free Zones in Uruguay: A Key to Promoting Trade and Investment

A little over a month ago, the 100th anniversary of the entry into force of the first law on free zones in Uruguay was celebrated, whose objective was to stimulate trade and industry in the port area through tax benefits and exemptions user taxes.

E- Invoices in the Debt Recovery Process

The use of electronic receipts to document commercial operations has been promoted in Uruguay, which has provided significant benefits to companies. However, this also entails challenges when debtors do not make the payment voluntarily and legal action must be taken.

Collective Negotiation. Review of the System and Its Recent Modifications

Law No. 20,145, introduces important changes in the Collective Bargaining Law for the private sector, collecting some of the observations made in March 2010 by the International Labor Organization (ILO), based on the complaint duly submitted by the Chamber of Industries and the Chamber of Commerce and Services.

New Forms of Labor Contracting: The "Digital Nomads"

For several years there has been a global trend to address the situation of the so-called "Digital Nomads", an expression used to refer to those people who, through the use of technology and telecommunication, work remotely with mobility that transcends borders.

Right to Be Forgotten: Ruling Recognizes Its Application in Uruguay

In today's digital age, one of the biggest challenges continues to be the protection of personal data and the right to privacy of individuals. The Internet stores innumerable personal data whose unlimited access, eventually, could affect the reputation, family or work life of people even years after its original publication.