Enforcing Contracts in South America ?
Enforcing Contracts in South America?
The Enforcing Contracts topic assesses the efficiency of the judicial system by following the evolution of a commercial sale dispute over the quality of goods and tracking the time, cost and number of procedures involved from the moment the plaintiff files the lawsuit until payment is received. The most recent round of data collection was completed in June 2014 showing the following rating given to South America Countries. This was done by a The World Bank Group It is a must read for anyone doing business in South America as sooner or later you will need to use the court system to enforce a broken contract.
Other countries to show some relativity
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