This paper compares the two different legal systems used by business enterprises in Argentina and Colombia and demonstrates that Latin American law needs more flexible structures to manage business. The international interest of this comparison may lie in that it involves the business structures of two South American legal systems that are in different coordinates. These two legal frameworks, updated by recent laws, allow the use of more open and less dogmatic legal structures which help businessmen to solve the legal cases that may arise.
Raul Etcheverry, Corporate Business: Comparative Analysis of the Argentine Cooperation Consortium and the New Colombian Corporation Law, 29 Penn St. Int'l L. Rev. 459 (2011).