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Market-Specific Information - Mexico

Mexico's National Standards Body:
Dirección General de Normas (DGN)
Ave. Puente de Tecamachalco N° 6
Col. Lomas de Tecamachalco
Sección Fuentes
MX-C.P. 53950 Naucalpan de Juárez, Edo. de México
Tel: +52 55 57 29 94 80
Fax: +52 55 55 20 97 15
E-mail: iso-mex@economia.gob.mx
Web: www.economia.gob.mx

Doing Business in Mexico: 2011 Country Commercial Guide for U.S. Companies

An excerpt from U.S. Commercial Service's 2011 Country Commercial Guide providing an overview of Mexico's standards and conformity assessment activities.

2010 REPORT ON TECHNICAL BARRIERS TO TRADE
(Containing a Country-Specific Report on Mexico)

On March 31, 2010, United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk transmitted to Congress a new report on key technical barriers to trade that hinder or block American exports around the world. In a speech to Pennsylvania steelworkers in 2009, Ambassador Kirk promised to deliver this report and another on sanitary and phytosanitary barriers to American exports as part of the Obama Administration's effort to sharpen its enforcement of American trade rights and to grow well-paying jobs here at home.

Mexico Standards Reports:

NOMs and NMXs issued by the Mexican Government- January 2010
NOMs and NMXs issued by the Mexican Government- February 2010

Interested in being notified and commenting on Mexico's proposed foreign technical regulations that can impact your access to Mexico's market?

Member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO) are required under the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT Agreement) to report to the WTO all proposed technical regulations that could affect trade with other Member countries. Notify U.S. is a free, web-based e-mail subscription service that offers an opportunity to review and comment on proposed foreign technical regulations that can affect your access to international markets.  You can modify the subscription to include specific markets and industries.  Register online at Internet URL: http://www.nist.gov/notifyus/

U.S. Commercial Service: Standards and Technical Regulations information

Provides additional information on
Mexico's standards and technical regulations.