Mexico-EFTA Agreement (FTA)

EENI Business School & HA University


Syllabus of the Subject: Mexico-European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Free Trade Agreement.

  1. Introduction to the EFTA States-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  2. International trade in goods and services under the FTA.
  3. Advantages for Exporters
  4. EUR.1 Movement Certificate
  5. Foreign Trade between Mexico and the European Free Trade Association member countries (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein)
The Subject (e-learning) “Mexico-EFTA Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is part of the following Higher Education Programs (Degrees, Masters, Doctorates) taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Masters: International Business, Foreign Trade, America, Europe, BRICS Countries-Mexico, Economic Relations
  2. Doctorates (distance learning): America, Europe
  3. Courses: EFTA States, Mexico

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

Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the European Free Trade Association and the United Mexican States entered into force in 2001.

The Mexico-European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Free Trade Agreement covers the international trade in industrial products as well as the fish and marine products.

Furthermore, bilateral agricultural agreements between EFTA's individual countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland) and Mexico have been finished and form part of the instruments for creating the free-trade area.

The objectives of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are to:

  1. Reach the progressive and reciprocal liberalisation of the International trade in goods
  2. Provide fair conditions of competition affecting the bilateral trade between Mexico and the European Free Trade Association States
  3. Open the Government procurement markets of Mexico and European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
  4. Reach the liberalisation of the trade in services
  5. Reach the progressive liberalisation of the Foreign direct investment (FDI) (FDI)
  6. Guarantee an adequate protection of the intellectual property rights
  7. Contribute, by the removal of the barriers to trade, to the development and growth of the world trade

The European Free Trade Association-United Mexican States Free Trade Agreement (FTA) consists of 9 Chapters and 85 Articles:

  1. General dispositions
  2. International trade in goods
  3. Trade in Services
  4. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  5. Competition
  6. Government Procurement
  7. Intellectual Property Rights
  8. Institutional dispositions
  9. Dispute Settlement

Mexico is one of the European Free Trade Association States' largest trade partners in Latin America and a significant market for its exports, with a substantial growth potential.

Mexico belongs to the Latin American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilisation and the EFTA to the European area.

Mexico Free Trade Agreements (FTA).

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