Mexico will retain privileged access to the Brazilian automotive market, as it is the only such agreement in Brazil with a country that is not part of MERCOSUR. This agreement will guarantee duty-free access for the export of light vehicles from Mexico to Brazil as follows: foreign direct investment (FDI) has consolidated as an important complementary source to stimulate Mexico`s economic growth. Mexico is Latin America`s second-largest destination and receives an average of $18 billion a year. It is therefore important that our economy provides security for investors. In this context, Mexico is taking steps to strengthen the investment climate and avoid investment conflicts. 5. Approvals and regulations: this module includes the SE agreements on non-tariff provisions such as: TIGIE 2002-2007 Various provisions and correlation tables, authorisations, official Mexican standards (NOM), countervailing duties, IMMEX (PITEX/Maquila), Automotive, National Content and Regulatory Quality as well as other agencies: Commission for the Control of The Production and Use of Pesticides, Fertilizers and Toxic Substances (Cicoplafest) and the Secretariats of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), National Defence (SEDENA), Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT). The Directorate General for Foreign Investment (DGIE, based on its initials in Spanish) makes available to the public a series of statistical and economic documents on foreign direct investment (FDI). The World Competitiveness Yearbook, WCY, analyzes the top 59 economies based on four factors: economic performance, state efficiency, efficiency for business development and infrastructure development. Contains a number of official provisions on foreign trade published in the Official Journal of the Federation (DOF) by the agencies and bodies of the federal public administration during a calendar month, such as. B agreements, ordinances, manuals, annexes, decrees, clarifications, decisions, rules and opinions. In the second phase, the federal government proposes the signing of a cooperation agreement between the economic secretariat and the states.
The agreement will, for example, exchange information on the current legal framework implemented by municipalities and their compliance with international obligations. The economic secretariat is responsible for negotiating international investment agreements and dispute resolution procedures. Cooperation agreements with states will help to create a formal mechanism for cooperation with states to strengthen conflict resolution before it becomes a formal dispute. This section contains information on: 1.- State dispute settlement procedures in which Mexico has participated in the World Trade Organization, free trade agreements and other international trade agreements. 2.- Investor-State dispute settlement procedures in which Mexico has participated in free trade agreements and reciprocal investment promotion and protection agreements. 3.- Work in the context of promoting and facilitating the use of arbitration and other alternative methods of resolving private international commercial disputes. However, due to Mexico`s trade surplus of $330 million in 2011, Brazil threatened to denounce the ECA55 agreement if Mexico had not advanced import and export quotas (restrictions).