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

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and the Northern Triangle (El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras);
  2. Certificate of Origin;
  3. Criteria for the preferential treatment;
  4. Regional Value Content.

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The Subject “Mexico-Northern Triangle Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Courses: Business in Central America, Mexico.

Doctorate (DIB): Global Trade, American Business.

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

Masters (MIB): Business in America, International Business, Foreign Trade, Economic Relations.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

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Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and the Northern Triangle:

The Mexico-Northern Triangle Free Trade Agreement (FTA) (Central America) entered into force in 2001

The new agreement affects individual Mexican Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and the Northern Triangle (Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras).

The main objective of the Free Trade Agreement Mexico Northern Triangle is to set up a free trade zone.

The specific aims of the Mexico-Northern Triangle countries Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are:

  1. To encourage the foreign trade growth and diversification of products and services between Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries;
  2. To promote the conditions of free competition within the free-trade area;
  3. To remove the trade barriers and facilitate the circulation of the originating products and services between Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries;
  4. To remove the Technical Barriers to the capital flows and businesspeople between Mexico and Northern Triangle countries (El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras);
  5. To increase the foreign direct investments opportunities.

This treaty does not apply between El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the United Mexican States and the Northern Triangle countries (El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras) covers.

  1. Rules applicable to trade in products;
  2. Foreign direct investment (FDI);
  3. International Trade in Services;
  4. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR);
  5. Dispute resolution.

Al the countries of the Mexico-Northern Triangle Free Trade Agreement belong to the Western Civilization - Latin American Economic Area.

Mexican Free Trade Agreements: USMCA/NAFTA 2.0, Trans-Pacific Agreement, Andean Community, European Union, EFTA, MERCOSUR, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colombia, Uruguay, Chile, Japan, Israel, APEC, ALADI...

Salvadorian Free Trade Agreements: Central American Integration System, Taiwan, United States, Central America (European Union, Colombia, Panama, Dominican Republic, Chile), Association of Caribbean States...

Guatemalan Free Trade Agreements: Taiwan, Central America (EFTA, Mexico, United States)...

Honduran Free Trade Agreements (FTA): Taiwan, Mexico, Colombia, Canada, SELA...



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