EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: the European Union-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the European Union-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
  2. Advantages of the Agreement for European and Mexican Companies
  3. Rules of Origin of the agreement
  4. System quotas on exports to Mexico
  5. The European Union (EU) and Mexico Foreign Trade Relations.
  6. Investment Flows between Mexico and the European Union
Sub-subject “The European Union (EU)-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is studied…
  1. Masters (e-learning): Europe, Pacific, America, BRICS Countries-Mexico, and Economic Relations
  2. Doctorate in Business in America

Languages of study: En or Es UE México Fr UE

Sample of the sub-subject: the European Union-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
EU-Mexico FTA

Sub-Subject Description: The European Union (EU) Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA):

In 2000, the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United Mexican States entered into force.

European Union-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA) covers international trade in products and services and has specific chapters on:

  1. Access to public procurement markets
  2. Competition
  3. Intellectual property rights
  4. Foreign direct investment (FDI).

Foreign Trade Mexico-European Union.

Mexico ranks 21th among the European Union external trade partners and eighteenth between its export partners.

The European Union is the second-largest export market of Mexico after the United States and the third biggest source of imports after the United States and the People's Republic of China.

International Trade in products
- The European Union imported goods from the United Mexican States: 9.9 billion Euros
- The European Union exported products to Mexico: 15.9 billion Euros

7,000 companies in the United Mexican States have received foreign direct investment (FDI) from the European Union; there is participation by European investors in 22% of all the firms in the United Mexican States that have received foreign direct investment.

EU-Mexico Agreement

Mexico belongs to the Latin American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilisation and the European Union (EU) to the European area.

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