Tariff modifications in the south border of Mexico
Mexico modified its tariff system for the northern and southern border, with 0% tariff for 1,342 goods and 5% for another 393.
Friday, December 26, 2008
According to the PrensaLibre.COM / EFE article: "The measure will be in place on January 1st 2009, and will remain active for 5 years, until the last day of 2013".
The term of the decree allowing the border areas of Mexico to import goods at a significantly lower charge than in the rest of the country has been extended for three years.
The signing of a free trade agreement with Mexico puts Panama one step closer to the commercial bloc.
Since March 1st Colombia has been charging a fee of 1% on textiles and footwear imported from the Colon Free Zone.
Guatemala will reactivate a lawsuit filed in 2006 for the elimination of tariffs on metallurgical products.
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