Regulations in international treaties (North American Free Trade Agreement…
Regulations in international treaties
Hierarchy of the OMC
they meet every two years
All Members of the Organization, countries and customs unions are represented.
highest level of the OMC
they meet for the functions of the OMC
Composed by representatives of all members
Merchandise trade council
They deal with points like:
agriculture, access to merchandise markets.
Sanitary and phytosanitary measures.
Rules of origin
agreement on textiles and clothing
was created to work with standards
avoid unnecessary obstacles in trade
right to establish levels that they deem appropriate. For example. The life of animals, the protection of the environment
Agreement on Investment Measures Related to Trade
effects of restriction and distortion of trade.
No party shall apply measures in relation to trade-related investments that are incompatible with the articles
ECONOMIC INTEGRATION THROUGH THE CONCERTATION OF FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS (ALADI)
It is the largest Latin American integration group.
thirteen member countries
promotes the creation of an area of economic preferences in the region, with the ultimate goal of achieving a common market
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum
created in order to consolidate the growth and prosperity of the Pacific countries established in Canberra, Australia, in November 1989.
member countries: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Indonesia, Japon, Korea del sur, Malasia, Nueva Zelanda, Filipinas, Singapur, U.S
Preferential regime for trade in goods
Eliminate any type of constraint for countries that wish to introduce their goods,
member countrioes: Indonesia, Malasia, Filipinas, Singapur, Tailandia, Brunei, Vietnam, Camboya, Laos, Birmania.
southern common market
It has its headquarters located in Montevideo.
member countries: Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela
Free Trade Agreement between Mexico and the European Union.
It was officially established on December 8, 1997 in Brussels, Belgium.
It came into force in July 2000.
The main objective is to establish the development in the commercial sector, either in goods or services.
MEXICO BEFORE THE CONCLUSION OF TREATIES AND COMMERCIAL ZONES
The hierarchy of treaties in Mexico. International treaties are located hierarchically above national laws and in the background with respect to the federal constitution
Agreements and Commercial Treaties signed by Mexico
Mexico has 12 Free Trade Agreements with 46 countries
free trade agreements with Chile, Nicaragua, Canada U.S, and others.
North American Free Trade Agreement
June 10, 1990: Canada, the United States and Mexico agree to establish a free trade agreement
Promote the conditions for fair competition.
Increasing investment opportunities
Promote trilateral, regional and multilateral cooperation
International Trade in Multilateral Agreements
legality of international transactions
promoter that the Multilateral Agreements are respected
Promotes free transit of goods between member countries