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Mexico: Market Profile

15 April 2019

Mexico is the second-largest economy in Latin America. The United States, Canada and Mexico reached a new trade deal “United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement” to replace the NAFTA in September 2018. The...Read More

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Mexico Temporarily Raises Duties on 100 Apparel, Textile and Footwear Products

11 April 2019

Mexico issued two decrees on 10 April modifying its MFN import duties on 100 apparel, textile and footwear products and creating new tariff breakouts within a range of subheadings....Read More

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Miscellaneous Canadian and Latin American AD/CV and Safeguard Actions on Mainland Chinese Products

9 April 2019

Topics: Remedy Recommendations Issued in Canada’s Safeguard Probe on Certain Steel Products; Mexico Begins AD Investigation on Flat-Rolled Stainless Steel Products; Argentina Renews AD Duty Order on S...Read More

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Mexico Extends Import Restrictions on Used Motor Vehicles

4 April 2019

Mexico’s Ministry of Economy announced on 29 March that the Mexican government has decided to extend until 31 December 2019 the current restrictions on used motor vehicle imports because the condition...Read More

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Mexico Extends Temporary Duty Increase on Certain Iron and Steel Products

26 March 2019

The Mexican government has extended for an additional six months, from 26 March through 22 September, a temporary increase from zero to 15 percent in the most-favoured-nation duty rate for iron and st...Read More

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Mexico Temporarily Extends Tariff-Rate Quota for Meat of Swine

25 March 2019

Mexico has temporarily extended through a regulation issued on 22 March a tariff-rate quota for meat of swine classified under HTSMX 0203.12.01, 0203.19.99, 0203.21.01, 0203.22.01 and 0203.29.99. In-q...Read More

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Mexico to Lower De Minimis Threshold for Postal Shipments Effective 1 March

29 Jan 2019

As part of a series of changes to its general rules on foreign trade made on 30 November 2018, Mexico has lowered from US$300 to US$50 the de minimis threshold for low-value postal imports. As a resul...Read More

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Lessons from North American Cross-Border Development: The Tijuana-San Diego Region

18 Jan 2019

The Tijuana-San Diego region is a successful cross-border metropolis bisected by the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere. As such, it can act as a useful reference point for the Gua...Read More

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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Offers More Details on Trade Priorities for this Year

11 Jan 2019

As previously reported, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley will once again chair the Senate Finance Committee after a 12-year hiatus due to Republican Party term limits for committee chairmen....Read More

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Mexico Postpones New Standards for Solar Water Heaters

2 Jan 2019

Mexico has postponed from 26 December 2018 to 1 December 2019 the entry into force of the new mandatory energy and safety standards that were established in August 2018 for solar water heaters under N...Read More

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Miscellaneous Latin American AD Actions on Mainland Chinese Products

27 Dec 2018

Topics: Mexico Begins AD Investigation on Pressure Cookers; Mexico Begins AD Sunset Review on Tableware and Kitchenware; Brazil Amends AD Price Undertaking for Technical Porcelanate; Brazil Begins Sun...Read More

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Mexico Considering New Standards for LED Luminaires for Public Lighting

24 Dec 2018

Mexico is seeking public input by 15 February 2019 on a proposal to update standard NOM-031-ENER-2012 setting forth minimum energy efficiency standards and test methods for luminaires with LED lightin...Read More

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Mexico Amends Labelling and Packaging Requirements for Cleaning Products

17 Dec 2018

Mexico has amended its mandatory labelling and packaging requirements for domestically-produced and imported household cleaning products in order to clarify certain provisions and allow the use of add...Read More

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New Energy Efficiency Standards for AC Motors under Consideration in Mexico

13 Dec 2018

Mexico is seeking input by 10 February on a proposal to establish new mandatory energy efficiency standards for alternating current motors cooled by air, with a nominal power of at least one watt but ...Read More

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NAFTA Replacement Deal Signed but Lawmakers Warn of Hurdles Ahead

4 Dec 2018

The United States, Canada and Mexico signed on 30 November on the side-lines of the G-20 summit in Argentina a trade agreement updating the quarter century-old NAFTA. President Trump told reporters af...Read More

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Miscellaneous Latin American AD Actions on Mainland Chinese Products

4 Dec 2018

Topics: Mexico’s AD Probe of Polyester Staple Fibre Moves Forward; Brazil Begins Sunset Review on Loudspeakers;...Read More

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WTO Disputes over U.S. Actions on Imported Steel and Aluminium, Certain Mainland Chinese IPR Policies Move Forward

27 Nov 2018

The WTO Dispute Settlement Body agreed at its 21 November meeting to establish a panel to examine allegations by seven economies – mainland China, the EU, Canada, Mexico, Norway, Turkey and Russia – t...Read More

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Mexico Adopts New Standards for Water Heaters

27 Nov 2018

The Mexican government has adopted new mandatory standards for household and commercial water heaters fuelled by liquified petroleum gas or natural gas with a thermal load no greater than 108 kW....Read More

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Miscellaneous Canadian and Latin American AD/CV Actions on Mainland Chinese Products

23 Nov 2018

Topics: Canada Begins Sunset Review of AD/CV Duty Orders on Copper Tube; Mexico Begins Sunset Review on Steel Pipe;...Read More

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Latin America: A Good Hedge and A Prospective Client

23 Nov 2018

Imports and exports from Latin America form a small but rapidly growing part of Hong Kong’s total trade. The region could well be useful as a hedge should US demand for Hong Kong’s products fall as a ...Read More

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