By Alberto Campos, Eduardo Sotelo, María Luisa Mendoza and Juan Carlos Jiménez-Labora | June 18, 2024
"The International Trade Law Review | Mexico Chapter", written by our experts
"The International Trade Law Review | Mexico Chapter", written by our experts

In the dynamic world of international trade, Mexico stands out for its extensive network of free trade agreements (FTAs) covering more than 50 countries. Since the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994, Mexico has played a crucial role in global trade, offering various opportunities and challenges for industries involved in the import and export of goods. 

Explore how Mexican laws and international trade agreements influence import and export activities in the Mexico chapter of The International Trade Law Reviews, written by our team-Alberto Campos Vargas, Eduardo Sotelo Cauduro, María Luisa Mendoza López, and Juan Carlos Jiménez Labora Mateos- for Lexology In-Depht, and enhance your understanding and commercial strategy in Mexico.

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Juan Carlos Jiménez Labora Mateos | Socio Industrial
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