Mexico-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: Mexico-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Mexico-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
- Certification of origin.
- Regional Value Content.
- International Trade Mexico-Nicaragua.
- Investment Flows between Mexico and Nicaragua.
Sample of the sub-subject: Mexico-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (FTA):
Sub-Subject Description: Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
between Mexico and Nicaragua:
The United Mexican States-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (America) entered into force in 1998.
The main purpose of the Mexico-Nicaragua Agreement is to establish a free trade zone
The objectives of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Nicaragua and Mexico
- Promote the growth of bilateral trade between Mexico and Nicaragua
- Eliminate barriers to international trade, and facilitate the movement of export products (exports and imports)
- Provide fair conditions of competition affecting trade between
Nicaragua and Mexico
- Increase substantially foreign direct investment opportunities
- Provide adequate and efficient protection and enforcement of intellectual
- Set up a framework for further cooperation between Nicaragua and Mexico; and
- Create efficient procedures for the implementation and application of, and accordance with the Mexico-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (FTA), and for the resolution of disputes.
The main subjects covered by the United Mexican
States-Nicaragua Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
- Access for export products
- Tariff schedules
- The agricultural sector
- Sanitary and phytosanitary measures
- Rules and Certificate of Origin
- Customs Procedures
- Unfair trade practices
- External trade in services
- Temporary entry of business persons
- Financial services
International Trade between the United Mexican States and Nicaragua: 388.4 million dollars.
Mexico and Nicaragua
belongs to the Latin American area of the Western Christian Civilisation.
Mexico's Free Trade Agreements (FTA) - Nicaragua's Agreements