international trade


Government procurement processes in Mexico must comply with the EU Trade Treaty


On April 28, 2020, Mexico’s Ministry of Economy and the European Union (EU) Trade Commissioner, confirmed that the negotiations on the modernization of the EU-Mexico Global Agreement have concluded, in force since 2001, after reaching an agreement on the scope of the obligations set forth in the government procurement chapter of the free trade agreement between Mexico and the European Union...

Chinese Retailer “DragonMart” Fights and Wins a Spot on Mexican Soil

Chinese Dragon by Rool Paap

Photo credit: Chinese Dragon by Rool Paap Enrique Peña Nieto has been in talks with his Chinese counterpart since the year started, a sign of both countries burying their retail-related hatchet and deciding to work together to boost their strong economies. This is one of the reasons Chinese-backed Dragon Mart chose the Caribbean resort city of Cancun as its new location. However, this has sent...

San Diego – Tijuana: A regional economy of the future

San Diego Skyline by Vanessa Vancour

Photo credit: San Diego Skyline by Vanessa Vancour Many experts have been speculating for a while about the development of the Mexican economy. This is being reflected in a growing trend showing the numerous positive benefits of establishing operations in Mexico. Many companies are taking advantages of the shorter supply chains for manufacturing goods in Mexico rather than outsourcing to the Far...

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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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