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  • The Future of Industrial Development Programs in Mexico 13 Oct, 2017 - Despite the fact that Mexico has achieved its insertion as an important player in the international trade scene; there are internal organizations that consider there still to be many obstacles and laws that are impeding a more equitable development; laws that are hindering a sustained growth for Mexican industries. One of these organizations is the [...]
  • Mercosur / European Union FTA: A Watershed in Brazil’s Participation in International Agreements 6 Oct, 2017 - Since 1995, when Mercosur signed a framework agreement with the European Union (EU) signaling a commitment to pursue free trade agreements between the two blocs, we have seen several failed negotiations and ultimately a postponed dream to establish one of the largest free trade agreements in the world, outside of what we recently saw with [...]
  • The Case for Automating Origin Determination in Brazil 25 Aug, 2017 - Usually an origin investigation may be initiated by means of two ways: First of all, a direct complaint to the Brazilian IRS informing that certain imports do not comply with the rules of origin. This complaint may be done by a local company that may be suffering from unfair competition. As a normal course certain [...]

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