January 2009-Mexico Launches a Phase Down Plan to Reduce Import Rates

Mexico Launches a Phase Down Plan to Reduce Import Rates

On December 24, 2008 the government of Mexico published in the Mexican Official Gazette (Diario Oficial) a unilateral plan to reduce the Most Favored Nation (MFN) import rates in more than 8,000 tariff items of the Mexican Tariff Schedule (TIGIE).

Increasing California–Mexico Border Crossing Capacity

On December 8th, 2008, the United States and Mexico announced the issuance of a federal permit that clears the way
to create a seventh border crossing between California and Mexico, which will be located in Otay Mesa.

Success Stories

  • Grupo Bimbo Buys U.S. Bakery Division
  • EchoStar Launches Satellite TV Service in Mexico
  • Mexican airline Upgrades Deal with Pratt-backed
  • Real Estate Project Developed by Mexican Investors in Coral

State Profiles

  • New Hampshire
  • San Luis Potosi

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