Panasonic and USMCA : Rapid Response Labor Mechanism

Panasonic and USMCA, Rapid Response Labor Mechanism, Unions in Mexico, Labor and Trade, Reynosa, USTR, Secretaría de Economía, VTZ Abogados

Panasonic and USMCA : The Rapid Response Labor Mechanism A new dispute involving Panasonic and USMCA. On May 18, 2022, the United States —through the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR)— requested Mexico to review whether a denial of free association and collective bargaining rights is occurring at Panasonic Automotive Systems de México […]

Legal Writing in English Course in Tec de Monterrey

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Legal Writing in English at the Tec de Monterrey The International Legal Honor Society of Phi Delta Phi, chapter García Rendón, invited Jr. Partner, Emilio Arteaga, to give a lecture about “legal writing and redaction skills” in the seminar “English for Modern Lawyers”. The lecture will take place on Saturday 21 May 2022, at the […]

Ammonium sulfate from the USA and NAFTA Binational Panel

Ammonium Sulfate, NAFTA, Antidumping, Binational Panel, Lawyers, International Trade

NAFTA Panel on Mexican Antidumping Investigation on Ammonium Sulfate: Third Time Lucky? On March 10, 2022, the Ministry of Economy published its third compliance report with NAFTA’s Binational Panel report regarding the Final Determination on Ammonium Sulfate. However, this decision was challenged by the complainants, and on March 29, 2022, the Third  Remand Report of […]

USMCA Panel on Rules of Origin

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USMCA Panel on the Application and Interpretation of the Rules of Origin in the Automotive Sector On March 22, 2022, Mexico, Canada and the United States selected the members of the Panel that will resolve the dispute over the application and interpretation of certain provisions related to the rules of origin in the automotive sector, […]

USMBA Annual Conference

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Our Jr. Partner, Emilio Arteaga, will participate in the panel USMCA: Its not Just about Customs in the USMBA annual conference.

Antidumping Final Determination Mexico Polyester Textured Yarn from China and India

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Mexican Authority Issues Final Determination on Antidumping Investigation regarding Polyester Textured Yarn from China and India On 29 September 2021, the Ministry of Economy published in the Official Gazette the final determination of the antidumping investigation on imports of polyester textured yarn from China and India. In this post, we summarize the most relevant aspects […]

Application and Interpretation of Rules of Origin | Trading Room

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Consultations on the Application and Interpretation of the Rules of Origin in the Automotive Sector  Pursuant to Article 31.4 of the USMCA, on August 20, 2021, the Mexican Ministry of Economy, formally requested consultations with the Government of the United States regarding conflicting positions on the interpretation and application of the rules of origin applicable […]

International Trade in Mexico: A Guide by VTZ in Thomson Reuters

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Vazquez Tercero & Zepeda (VTZ) has contributed for the fourth time with Thomson Reuters Practical Law in the International Trade and Commercial Transactions Global Guide. Our partners, Adrián Vázquez and Emilio Arteaga, responded to a Q&A that covers key matters relating to the regulation of international trade in Mexico. VTZ also contributed with the guide on Sale and Storage of Goods in Mexico. […]

Fresh Potato Imports in Mexico and Supreme Court | The Trading Room

Mexican Economic Newsletter, International Trade News in Mexico

This week in our Mexican economic newsletter, VTZ reports the fresh potato imports and the Mexican Supreme Court ruling, Mexico’s WTO proposal on the Appellate Body, and a new initiative on Cinematography and Audiovisual Services, the Outsourcing Reform, Mexican international trade statistics, and the Mexico-UK Continuity Agreement. Fresh Potato Imports and their Phytosanitary Restrictions Upheld […]