Mexico turns to commission to resolve auto dispute over T-MEC: Reuters
Mexico will use a panel of experts to resolve its differences with the United States regarding the T-MEC auto sector
Mexico will resort to TEAM OF EXPERTS To resolve their differences regarding interpretation United State Regarding the application of the rules of origin in the automotive sector stipulated in the new commercial agreement maintained by both countries Canada (T-MEC).
according to Reuters, which cites people close to the case, Mexican authorities in August asked the United States to start formal consultations on the implementation of the aforementioned regulation, which they described as “more stringent” for car producers.
The Government of Mexico considers the application to be inconsistent with what was agreed in T-MEC.
Subsequently, Canada acceded to our country’s request, which represents the first stage of the State-State Dispute Resolution Mechanism set forth in the North American Trade Charter.
The regulations state that if a dispute cannot be resolved after 75 days of application, the commission is expected to convene.
In the case of the automobile controversy, the deadline expires during the first week of November.
With information from Reuters
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