Posts Tagged ‘mexico’

NAFTA: Key to NEI Success? (2010-11-23)

U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke discusses the role of NAFTA in the success of the National Export Initiative during a meeting with leaders from Canada and Mexico.

NAFTA: US, Mexico at Odds over ‘Dolphin-Safe’ Tuna (2009-11-6)

The US is seeking talks with Mexico to determine who should field their complaint over ‘dolphin-safe’ tuna. In March, Mexico filed a complaint with the WTO regarding US labeling rules. The United States Trade Representative (USTR) believes that the issue should be resolved by a NAFTA panel rather than the WTO, as trade disputes involving [...]

Mexico Seeks Trade Agreements with China, India (2009-9-18)

WSJ/Dow Jones Newswire reports that Mexico is seeking free trade with China and India. The entire article is below. Mexico is seeking to broaden the range of countries with which it has trade agreements to include China and India, the country’s director of economic planning, Miguel Messmacher, said Friday. Speaking at the Economist Emerging Markets [...]