Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

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Syllabus of the Subject: Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the United Mexican States and the Republic of Colombia
  2. Protocol amending the Agreement Colombia-Mexico
  3. Advantages of the Agreement
  4. Foreign Trade Mexico-Colombia
The Subject (e-learning) “Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Courses: Mexico, Andean Markets
  2. Doctorate in Business in America
  3. Masters (Distance learning): America, Pacific, BRICS Countries-Mexico, Economic Relations, International Business

Learning materials in Higher Education in English Tertiary Education in Spanish México Colombia Post-secondary Education in French Mexique.

Sample of the Subject: Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

In 2011, the protocol modifying the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the United Mexican States and the Republic of Colombia entered into force.

  1. Protocol formalizes the change of name of the agreement, incorporating new export products and modify some rules of origin
  2. The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Mexico-Colombia includes a tariff reduction programme over a period of ten years
  3. In the new agreement between the Republic of Colombia and the United Mexican States were excluded coffee, bananas, sugar, snuff, and cocoa products
  4. The Group of 3 (G-3) Agreement was negotiated among Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela. Initially, formulated within the framework of the Contadora peace process in 1999.

Summary of the Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

  1. Access for products
  2. Reduction Schedule
  3. Automotive Sector
  4. Plant and animal health measures
  5. Rules and Certificate of Origin
  6. Customs Procedures
  7. Safeguards
  8. Unfair trade
  9. International Trade in Services
  10. Telecommunications
  11. Financial Services
  12. Temporary Entry of Business Persons
  13. Procurement
  14. State companies
  15. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  16. Intellectual Property Rights
  17. Settlement of Disputes
  18. Administration of the Agreement
  19. Transparency
  20. Exceptions

Foreign Trade Mexico-Colombia.

  1. Mexico is a significant trading partner of the Republic of Colombia, with the bilateral trade volume close to 2.7 billion dollar and bilateral Foreign direct investments estimated at 410 million dollars
  2. Since the entry into force of the Mexico-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA), in 1996, exports from Mexico to the Republic of Colombia were multiplied by 12, from 306 to 3,757 million dollars (growth of 1,100%)

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and Colombia operates in the Latin American Economic Area (Western Christian Civilisation).

Mexico's Free Trade Agreements (FTA). Colombia's Agreements



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