Mexico Uruguay Free Trade Agreement

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Sub-subject: Mexico-Uruguay Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and Uruguay (ACE 60).
  2. Advantages of the Agreement.
  3. International Trade Mexico - Uruguay.
Sub-subject "Mexico-Uruguay Free Trade Agreement (FTA)" is studied...
  1. Masters: Business in America, BRICS Countries-Mexico, Pacific, Economic Relations, and Global Business (MIB)
  2. Doctorate DIB America

Learning materials in En Es México Uruguay fr Mexique

Sample of the Sub-subject: Agreement Mexico-Uruguay:
Agreement Mexico-Uruguay

Sub-Subject Description - Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and Uruguay:

Entry into force of the Uruguay-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA): 2004

The objectives of the United Mexican States - Uruguay Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are to:

  1. Stimulate international trade growth among Mexico and Uruguay.
  2. Eliminate foreign trade barriers and facilitate the circulation of export products and services among Mexico and Uruguay.
  3. Promote fair competition in bilateral trade.
  4. Increase foreign direct investments (FDI) opportunities.
  5. Protect and enforce intellectual property rights.

NOTE: the Mexico-Uruguay Free Trade Agreement is an exception since MERCOSUR - Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Venezuela, and Uruguay-, does not allow bilateral Trade Agreements between a member and a third party.

Mexico-Uruguay Free Trade Agreement (FTA) covers

  1. Market access
  2. Sanitary, Phytosanitary, and technical aspects of trade
  3. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
  4. Foreign Trade rules
  5. Intellectual Property Rights
  6. International Trade in Services
  7. Dispute resolution and settlement administration.

Foreign Trade Mexico-Uruguay.

  1. Since the entry into force of the Uruguay - United Mexican States Free Trade Agreement, external trade between Mexico and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay grew by 23% until 2009, although the fall in exports of Uruguay recorded in 2009 (owing to the effects of the United States crisis in Mexico).
  2. Foreign Trade has increased threefold between 2000 and 2008 from 180 million to 500 million dollars.
  3. Mexico was the tenth largest trade partner of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, and four among Latin America (after Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela) (share of 2%).
  4. Mexico was the 16th trade partner and the sixth at the regional level (share of 1.5%)
  5. Foreign direct investment (FDI) of Mexico in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay: 200 million dollars.
  6. Foreign Direct Investment of Uruguay in Mexico: 100 million dollars.

This FTA between Mexico and Uruguay belongs to the Latin American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization.

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