Mexico import tariff reduction on steel products
Today, June 1, 2023, Mexico begins its process of import tariff reduction on steel products. This process will be carried out in several stages and involves numerous goods. Learn more here.
WTO Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies
Read about the trade implications of the WTO Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies, the progress in its adoption, and its implementation.
WTO Global Trade Outlook and Statistics
Learn the most important insights from the 2023 «World Trade Outlook and Statistics» published by the WTO.
Trade Suspension of CITES Species with Mexico
Learn more about the announcement of the CITES Secretariat to temporarily suspend trade in CITES species with Mexico.
U.S. Subsidies on Electric Vehicles
Learn more on trade implications of the subsidy adopted by the U.S. Government to encourage the purchase of electric cars and other vehicles.
Entry into force of the CPTPP for Chile
Entry into force of the CPTPP for Chile On February 20, 2023, the Mexican Ministry of Economy published the «Resolution announcing the entry into force of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) for Chile» in the Official Gazette of the Mexican Federation. Implications for Chile After 4 years of its ratification process, […]
Unique Sanitary License
Unique Sanitary License: Implications for International Trade in Mexico To ensure price control and promote measures to contain inflation, the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit announced a plan on October 3 during «la mañanera», the morning press conference of the President. This plan is part of the Agreement on Actions Against Inflation and Famine […]
Decree exempting the payment of import duties.
Decree exempting the payment of import duties. Today, the «Decree exempting the payment of import duties on the goods indicated«, issued by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF). Objective of the Decree. The President of Mexico, in accordance with article 131 of the Mexican Constitution, has […]
Strengthening the Semiconductor Supply Chain in Mexico As a result of the September 2021 Washington work tour, on 20 April 2022, Tatiana Clouthier, head of the Ministry of Economy, and Santiago Cardona, general director of Intel Mexico, signed a collaboration agreement to strengthen the semiconductor supply chain in Mexico. #Comunicado | La @SE_mx e @intel_la […]
Constitutional Energy and Mining Law Amendment – Implications for United States
Constitutional Energy Amendment and Mining Law amendment – Implications for the United States By not getting the necessary votes for a constitutional amendment, the Chamber of Deputies stopped and rejected the initiative of constitutional amendment in electricity matters of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on April 17, 2022. The purpose of this constitutional amendment initiative was to drastically limit the participation […]