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U.S. Commercial Service Mexico
The U.S. Commercial Service network of trade professionals represents unparalleled global reach. Our international experts provide market intelligence and business connections. We advocate every day on behalf of U.S. firms for easier market entry.


U.S. Commercial Service Mexico

With offices in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey, we provide a range of services to help U.S. companies do business in Mexico including market intelligence, due diligence on prospective partners, business matchmaking, counseling on export mechanics, and U.S. government advocacy. 

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U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement
The U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) is an agreement that supports mutually beneficial trade.
Upcoming Events
Find the right Mexican buyers at one of these trade events.
Simplified Process for Exporting to Mexico
The basics of exporting to Mexico and guidance on clearing Mexican customs.
USMCA Industry Reports
Report on the USMCA automotive sector.
SelectUSA is the U.S. government program to promote, facilitate, and encourage business investment in the United States.
Business Service Providers
A Directory of Professional Service Providers in Mexico
Mexico Quality Infrastructure Program ANNEX
The National Quality Infrastructure Program (PNIC) describes Mexico’s plans for new voluntary standards and mandatory technical regulations, as well as proposed changes to existing standards and technical regulations.

Featured Market Intelligence Articles

Market Intelligence
Mexico Fuels and Petrochemicals Import Restriction

The Mexican Government restricted the importation of lubricants, certain fuels biodiesel, fuel additives, and chemicals into Mexico. 

Petrochemicals Mexico Foreign Trade Regulations
Market Intelligence
Mexico Carta Porte Supplement Update

SAT/Mexican IRS announced on September 25, 2023 the new version 3.0 of the Carta Porte Supplement. This update officially takes effect on November 25, 2023. 

Mexico Customs and Boarder Measures
Market Intelligence
Mexico Telecom Labeling Regulation

The main objective is to add an IFT seal to the label as a mark that the product complies with quality specifications that are yet undetermined.

Telecommunications Mexico Commercial Law
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