Workshop on Customs Clearance for Export to Mexico

On November 25th in Guatemala a seminar will be given on policy and tariff and non-tariff regulations which must be taken into consideration by companies that trade with Mexico.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

From a statement issued by the Guatemalan Exporters Association (-AGEXPORT-):

In order to publicize the regulations, tariff and non-tariff rules which must be complied with by Guatemalan companies trading with the Mexican market, the School of Foreign Trade -AGEXPORT- will be holding a seminar on customs procedures for doing business with Mexico, Export / Import .

It is aimed at senior managers of export and import companies, transport, logistics agents in international trade, customs agents and other professionals in companies engaged in foreign trade with Mexico.

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