12th WTO Ministerial Conference: An achievement or Failed Attempt?
12th WTO Ministerial Conference: An Achievement or Failed Attempt? In this edition, we present the most relevant developments and setbacks of the 12th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO). This Conference was originally scheduled for June 2020 but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, the conference was held from June 12 […]
Fresh Potato Imports in Mexico and Supreme Court | The Trading Room
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 […]
International Trade in Mexico
Our third chapter of Doing Business in Mexico, International Trade, will provide a general overview of ton Mexican International Trade Policy considering international context, as well as customs aspects. This chapter includes the following sections: Mexican International Trade Policy and Customs Tariff Policy MFN Tariffs or Duties Preferential Tariffs in Free Trade Agreements CPTPP USMCA […]
USMCA Labor Disputes | The Trading Room
In our Trading Room economic newsletter, we address Robert Lighthizer’s appearance before the U.S. Senate to share the 2020 Trade Policy Agenda, where he commented on possible USMCA Labor Disputes and the use of the rapid response labor mechanism as well as WTO actions; we also address the selection process for the WTO Director-General. Future Labor Disputes in […]