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Title III. Origin of the Goods.
The origin of the goods can be determined for the purposes of tariff preferences.
The origin of the merchandise can be national, if it is considered a single country, or regional, if it is considered more than one country.
The origin of the merchandise will be determined according to the rules established by the Ministry or the international treaties or agreements to which Mexico is a party.
Title II. Powers of the Federal Executive, the Ministry of Economy and the Auxiliary Commission.
Chapter I. Powers of the Federal Executive
Chapter II. Powers of the Ministry of Economy.
Chapter III. Auxiliary Commission.
Promote the efficient use of the country's productive resources
Properly integrate the Mexican economy with the international economy
Defend the productive plant from unfair international trade practices
Contribute to the elevation of the well-being of the population.
Increase the competitiveness of the national economy
Title IV. Tariff and non Tariff Barriers for International Commerce
Chapter I. Tariffs.
Others indicated by the Federal Executive
Chapter II. Non tariff barriers.
Previous licenses should be analyzed by the Commission and solve it in 15 days indicating modalities, conditions and validity period as well as value or quantity.
Title V. Unfair International Commerce Practices
Chapter I. General Provisions
Chapter II. Price Discrimination.
Chapter III. Subsidies
Chapter IV. Damage to a domestic industry.