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Mexico Adopts Certain Requirements for Mobile Terminal Equipment

21 Aug 2018

Mexico has adopted new mandatory standards for mobile terminal equipment that can use the radio spectrum or can be connected to telecommunications networks. These requirements will apply from 15 Octob...Read More

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Mexico Temporarily Increases Duties on Three Additional Iron/Steel Products, Exempts Two Items from Temporary Duties

20 Aug 2018

Mexico has increased from zero to 15 percent, effective from 18 August through 30 November, its MFN duty on certain iron and steel products classified under HTSMX 7207.12.01, 7207.12.99 and 7224.90.02...Read More

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Mexico Modifies Technical Specifications for Certain Mobile Terminal Equipment

2 Aug 2018

Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute has modified certain aspects of Part 2 of Technical Disposition IFT-011-2017, which sets forth technical specifications for mobile terminal equipment that...Read More

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Exhibitors at Mexican Furniture Expo Unbowed by US Trade Threats

1 Aug 2018

While acknowledging their current reliance on their wealthy neighbour, many Mexican furniture businesses remained optimistic that their skill sets and commitment to quality would allow them open up a ...Read More

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Mexico Adopts New Standards for Certain Air Conditioners

23 July 2018

Mexico has established new mandatory energy efficiency standards for mini-split and multi-split air conditioners with a nominal cooling capacity ranging from 1 to 19,050 Wt....Read More

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Mexico Begins Sunset Review of AD Duty Order on Steel Chain

17 July 2018

Mexico has initiated a sunset review of the AD duty order on mainland Chinese steel chain with welded links classified under HTSMX 7315.82.02....Read More

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Mexico Considering Standards for Certain Mobile Terminal Equipment

16 July 2018

Mexico is seeking input from interested parties by 11 September on a proposal (PROY-NOM-221/2-SCFI-2018) that would set new mandatory standards for mobile terminal equipment that operates in the 700 M...Read More

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Mexico Elects López Obrador as New President

12 July 2018

Leftist candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador achieved an overwhelming victory in Mexico’s 1 July presidential election after he captured a majority (an estimated 52.96 percent) of the popular vote in...Read More

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Mexico Updates Energy Efficiency Requirements for Fridges and Freezers

12 July 2018

Mexico has finalised a standard (NOM-015-ENER-2018) that updates the mandatory energy efficiency standards, test procedures, sampling and labelling requirements of NOM-015-ENER-2012, which have been i...Read More

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Mexico Approves New Law to Streamline Regulations

6 July 2018

Mexico recently approved comprehensive legislation aimed at improving and streamlining domestic regulatory requirements and administrative procedures....Read More

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Mexico Proposes New Standards for Luminaires and Fire Extinguishers

6 July 2018

Mexico is proposing new mandatory standards for domestically-produced and imported luminaires for indoor and outdoor use (PROY-NOM-064-SCFI-2017) as well as fire extinguishers (PROY-NOM-154-SCFI-2017 ...Read More

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Trump Considering Bi-lateral Talks to Update NAFTA

22 June 2018

President Trump is reportedly considering pursuing individual trade agreements with Canada and Mexico amid dimming prospects for concluding talks on a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement....Read More

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Canada and Mexico React to U.S. Steel/Aluminium Tariffs, Take Action to Protect Domestic Steel Sectors

22 June 2018

Canada and Mexico have taken a number of actions in recent weeks to both protect their respective domestic steel sectors and retaliate against the United States for its recent decision to rescind the ...Read More

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Mexico Adopts New Requirements for Motorcycle Helmets, Proposes Standards for Cookware and Speed Limit Measuring Devices

22 June 2018

Mexico has adopted new mandatory safety, test method and labelling requirements for motorcycle helmets. Under the new standard (PROY-NOM-206-SCFI/SSA2-2018), motorcycle helmets sold in Mexico will hav...Read More

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Mexico: Market Profile

22 June 2018

The continued pick-up of the US economy, together with a recovering domestic construction sector and structural reforms in various sectors, has lent support to the Mexican economy, while uncertainties...Read More

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Likelihood of Global Trade War Increases Following U.S. Rescission of Steel/Aluminium Tariff Exemptions for EU, Canada and Mexico

8 June 2018

The United States rescinded on 1 June the exemptions it temporarily provided to the European Union, Canada and Mexico from the additional import duties on steel and aluminium that were imposed as of 2...Read More

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Mexico Proposes New Safety Requirements for Electric Lifts

8 June 2018

Interested parties may submit input by 27 July on a proposal by the Mexican government (PROY-NOM-053-SCFI-2017) to establish new mandatory safety requirements for electric lifts for people and cargo....Read More

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Mexico Becomes First Country to Ratify CPTPP, Strikes Ambitious Trade Deal with the EU

11 May 2018

Mexico recently became the first country to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), a deal that incorporates by reference the obligations (rules and m...Read More

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Mexico Sets New Energy Standards for Lamps, Considers New Labelling Requirements for Personal Care Products

29 March 2018

Mexico has amended effective from 8 May the current mandatory energy efficiency standards for domestically-produced and imported general purpose lamps used in residential, commercial, services, indust...Read More

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TPP Countries Sign New Agreement

29 March 2018

The Trans-Pacific Partnership group of countries (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam) recently signed in Santiago, Chile, a new Compreh...Read More

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