Mexico: Entering the Emerging Economy
Last Updated: 2022
Author: Trudy Wilson
This Mexico international trade guide aims to present an overview of the processes involved in cross-border exportation between the U.S. and Mexico. It addresses U.S. export, U.S./Mexico cross-border, and Mexican import requirements. The reference book will help you understand the process and requirements for completing U.S. exports to Mexico. Including the documentation requirements for US/Mexican Customs, how to avoid delays, mandatory labeling requirements, Mexico Tariff Schedule & Trade Initiatives including Maquiladora Industry and IMMEX & Regla Octava.
This guide will cover the following:
- Overview of Mexico
- Leaving the United States
- Entering Mexico
- Mexico Tariff Schedule
- Non-Tariff Regulations & Restrictions
- Trade Promotion & Initiatives
- Information Resources
- Detailed USMCA changes
- Secton on DODA: Documento de Operación para Despacho Aduanero
- Chapter on Exporting from Mexico & Importing to the U.S.
About the Author
Global Training Center’s “Mexico: Entering the Emerging Economy” was written by Trudy Wilson. Trudy Wilson is an accomplished trade compliance consultant who enjoys equipping people to negotiate the maze of compliance regulations. She is President of TrüTrade Solutions, Inc., a consultation company specializing in customs compliance, global logistics, trade initiatives, tariff mitigation, Incoterms®, and more.
She has an MBA and is a Licensed Customs Broker as well as a Certified Customs Specialist. Click here to read complete bio
Issuing a USMCA origin statement represents a firm’s commitment to understanding the rules of origination, record keeping, and legal obligations. Our USMCA Rules of Origin Course provides the information you need to make decisions that will ensure your compliance with USMCA’s rules, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s regulations while benefiting your supply chain and your customers.