Telecom Equipment Treaty for Canada and Mexico

Networking Switch by felixtriller.

Photo credit: Networking Switch by felixtriller. Effective as from June 1, 2012, the Canada-Mexico Treaty acknowledges standard evaluation proceedings for telecom equipment. This will facilitate imports/exports between these two countries. This Treaty does not cover electric security and is only usable for testing labs approved by their respective Governments. A year ago, the same Treaty with US...

The Mexico-Brazil auto deal

Fiat Made in Brazil ~~~~ DSC04692a_hdr-ort by SantaRosa OLD SKOOL

Photo credit: Fiat Made in Brazil ~~~~ DSC04692a_hdr-ort by SantaRosa OLD SKOOL It was 1921 when Buick established the first car production plant in Mexico.  Over 90 years later, Mexico became the fifth export country for vehicles in the world, only behind the US. Now, Mexican automotive industry is playing a key role for OEMs, tiers and aftermarkets. It appeared that nothing would stop Mexico...

The Digital Transition Side Effect: Proposal of Packaging and Labeling for Non-digital TV Sets

TV 40 by gildas_f

Photo credit: TV 40 by gildas_f On July 2004, Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico, set the time-frame for digital TV transition for December 31, 2021 divided in 6 periods of time. Now, during the third period, and under the Administration of Felipe Calderon, a new Decree was issued on September 9, 2010 to fix concrete actions directed to accelerate adoption of Digital TV, being the most...

Strategic Association Agreement between Mexico and Uruguay

Uruguay by Vince Alongi

Photo credit: Uruguay by Vince Alongi On September 20, 2011, Mexican President Felipe Calderon published Strategic Association Agreement between Mexico and Uruguay. The scope of this Agreement covers the following: Establishes mechanisms for political, cultural, economic and social cooperation and discussion. Reinforces the current free trade agreement executed on November 15, 2003 (ACE 60)...

Mexico and Colombia change formats for certificates of origin and declaration of origin

Colombian Flag by DeptfordJon

Photo credit: Colombian Flag by DeptfordJon Last August 3, 2011, Ministry of Finance published amendments to the formats for certificates of origin and declaration of origin under the Free Trade Agreement between Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela, originally executed on June 11, 2010. These amendments published on Mexican Federal Official Gazette were originally agreed between Mexico and Colombia on...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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