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B2B TRADE EVENTS

Information about international trade events relevant for B2B buyers, importers, traders, retailers, wholesalers and distributors in your country.

Resources related to importing in Mexico

This office is in charge of controlling foreign trade operations, to register the international traffic of goods that are imported and exported from a foreign country.

COFEPRIS is a federal agency of the government of Mexico, and a department responsible for importing medical devices & licensing advertisements for those products.

Association for Standardization and Certification is a Mexican association that develops and certifies standards for electrical and electronic products and gas products.

Chile–Mexico Free Trade Agreement is a trade agreement between Chile and Mexico. It was signed in Chile in 1998. The goals of the agreement are to stimulate expansion and diversity of trade, eliminate barriers to trade, promote fair competition.

Free Trade Agreement between Mexico and the EU (FTA EU-MX), is a trade agreement between the European Union and Mexico. The goal of this trade agreement is to establish a framework to encourage the development of trade in goods and services.

In 1994, the United States, Mexico & Canada created largest free trade region in the world with North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), generating economic growth & helping to raise the standard of living for the people of all three countries.

The Mexico-Uruguay free trade agreement was signed during the XIII Iberoamerican Summit in 2003, Bolivia. On 29 December 1999 Mexico and Uruguay signed an Economic Complementation Agreement. This agreement entered into force on 1 March 2001.

In 1999, Japan created a Committee for Closer Economic Relations between Japan & Mexico within Japan External Trade Organization. This body released a report in 2000 concluding that a free trade agreement would be an effective means between two.

In 2011, the protocol modifying the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between United Mexican States and Republic of Colombia entered into force. The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Mexico-Colombia includes a tariff reduction program over a period of ten years.

The Mexico-Israel free trade agreement was signed on March 2000. Trade negotiations between Mexico & Israel were initiated in April 1998. After ten rounds of negotiation the parties concluded an agreement aimed at the creation of a free trade area.

NOM certification is only granted by Mexican government to manufacturers, importers from countries that the government has a free trade treaty. First-time applicants must provide 2 original service agreement copies signed on each page & section.

A Mexican Standard (NMX) is a standard developed by governmetal agencies setting minimum requirements for safety and functionality of products. But when a NMX is referenced into a NOM, its compliance changes from voluntary to mandatory.