Trade Agreement between Mexico and Chile

A Hot Tip about Trade Policy and Regulations in Mexico

Posted on: 22 Dec 2009

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and Chile entered into force in August 1999, as a complement to the original bilateral trade agreement signed in 1991 [1] . Currently 99 percent of total Chilean exports to Mexico are duty free. Total agricultural trade between Chile and Mexico amounts to about $625 million annually, with the balance of that trade heavily in Chile’s favor.

Posted: 22 December 2009

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