December 1999 & January 2000-Mexico’s Trade Policy

Mexico’s Trade Policy

Mexico’s Trade Policy has been instrumental in the deep transformation of its economy by attracting investment, consolidating a manufacturing export base, creating better jobs and diversifying export markets.

Mexico’s Economic Policy Guidelines for 2000

The economic package for 2000 is comprised of the General Criteria of Economic Policy, the 2000 Federal Revenue Bill and the Draft of the Federal Spending Budget in order to reflect on the government’s firm commitment to strengthening Mexico’s economic growth.

Mexico and Uruguay Sign Preferential Agreement

The agreement will enhance tariff preferential treatment between both Mexico and Uruguay and is part of the framework within the Latin American Integration Association (LAIA).

Business News Digest

Emery Expands in Guadalajara

UPS Logistics Center to Serve Regional and Mexican Trade

IFX Continues its Expansion in Mexico

State Profiles


Quintana Roo

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