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The decree contains new tariffs, taxes, and provisions on Commercial Identification Numbers (NICO) and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HS Codes).
Overview of opportunities and new benefits for U.S. companies exporting to Mexico using courier and parcel companies.
Mexican Customs updates related to the Steel Mill Certificate and the Certificate of Quality, specifying the characteristics of each one in the import process.
The Mexican government has exempted traders and logistics providers from complying with recently enacted requirements related to the Carta Porte Complement.
The continued inflow of FDI in Mexico by OEM and Tier manufacturers is increasing the opportunities for U.S. suppliers of the metal-mechanics industry.
Mexico’s electronic document called “Bill of Lading Complement” (Complemento carta porte) will be effective on September 30, 2022.
The National Quality Infrastructure Program (PNIC) is the official document used to plan, inform, and coordinate public and private standardization activities.
Mexico´s General Standards Bureau published the updated version of technical regulation for textiles.
U.S. exporters must be aware of the new process and changes to Mexico’s HS according to the 7th amendment, to avoid mistakes and delays.
The Mexican government requires information in advance of all goods in transit by any means of transport throughout Mexican territory.
The Government of Mexico is soliciting public comment on proposed technical regulations concerning essential safety devices for new vehicles.
The Carte Porte requirement will be applied to all importation and exportation of goods in transit within Mexican territory.
Mexico has announced preliminarily plans to draft a new Official Mexican Standard that would place restrictions on the placement of products in supermarkets
The Government of Mexico published in its Official Gazette a decree announcing the creation of a new National Customs Agency (ANAM).
U.S. companies can comment on proposed regulation published by Mexico’s General Standards Bureau (DGN).