Specialists in Annex 24 and Customs Traffic

Category: Noticias

17 Sep

Concamin invita a empresarios españoles a aumentar inversiones en México para cumplir con el T-MEC

Para que México pueda alcanzar un mayor contenido nacional y cumplir con las reglas de origen en materia automotriz como lo exige el Tratado México, Estados Unidos, Canadá (T-MEC), el presidente de la Confederación de Cámaras Industriales (Concamin), Francisco Cervantes, invitó a los empresarios españoles a aumentar sus inversiones y ser parte de las ventajas que ofrece el acuerdo comercial.   […]

15 Sep

Mexico May Consider Southern States for Semiconductor Production

As Mexico aims to boost its manufacturing of semiconductors, it may build production facilities in its southern states, where much-needed water is available, according to Economy Minister Tatiana Clouthier.   At the so-called High-Level Economic Dialogue (HLED) between the United States and Mexico, held in Washington last week for the first time in several years, […]

08 Sep

China subastará toneladas de metal de sus reservas estatales

La administración de reservas estatales de China dijo el viernes que venderá un total de 150,000 toneladas de sus reservas estratégicas de metales a través de una licitación pública el 1 de septiembre, en la tercera ronda de subastas destinadas a enfriar los altos precios.   La Administración Nacional de Alimentos y Reservas Estratégicas dijo en tres avisos separados […]

06 Sep

U.S. Trade Deficit Shrinks in July as Imports Fall

The U.S. trade deficit narrowed more than expected in July as imports declined likely because of shortages and a shift in domestic spending from goods to services.   The Commerce Department said on Thursday that the trade gap fell 4.3% to $70.1 billion. Data for June was revised to show the deficit at $73.2 billion […]

02 Sep

TIPAT: lo pondrá en vigor Perú, solo faltan Brunei, Chile y Malasia.

Perú pondrá en vigor el Tratado Integral y Progresista de Asociación Transpacífico (TIPAT) el 19 de septiembre próximo. De modo que para entonces sólo faltará que Brunei, Chile y Malasia pongan en vigencia este acuerdo.   Asimismo, los ministros de los 11 países integrantes del Tratado (Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canadá, Chile, Japón, Malasia, México, Nueva Zelandia, Perú, Singapur y Vietnam) adoptaron la decisión que […]

26 Aug

International brands sign a new accord to protect garment workers in Bangladesh.

A new agreement intended to protect workers in the Bangladeshi garment industry was unveiled on Wednesday, after months of deadlock between international fashion retailers and trade unions and local factory owners.   The new agreement, the International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry, will take effect next Wednesday. It will replace the landmark Accord […]

22 Aug

Exportaciones vía terrestre en México

La aduana de Nuevo Laredo, en Tamaulipas, es la aduana con el mayor flujo exportador por la vía terrestre de México, por encima de las aduanas de Ciudad Juárez (Chihuahua), Tijuana (Baja California), Ciudad Reynosa (Tamaulipas), Nogales (Sonora) y Colombia (Nuevo León). Las exportaciones que se envían a través de la aduana de Nuevo Laredo […]

17 Aug

Afghanistan situation to impact trade with India: Exporters

With Kabul falling into the hands of the Taliban, bilateral trade between Afghanistan and India will get impacted significantly in these uncertain times, according to exporters. Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) Director General Ajay Sahai said domestic exporters should follow caution looking into the political development in Afghanistan, particularly with regard to payments, for […]

Britain looks to the Pacific for new trade partners

It may be on the other side of the world, but that’s not stopping the U.K. from applying to join a trade partnership in and around the Pacific Ocean.   A year after it formally left the European Union, the British government said Saturday that it wants to join the 11-country Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement […]