Mexico sets out NAFTA goals ahead of re-negotiation talks - Reuters

Reuters recently reported on Mexico's goals for the upcoming renegotiation of NAFTA, citing a documentation, with the key quotes found below:

  • Mexico aims to retain complete access for goods and services in NAFTA region
  • Mexico aims to establish rules of origin to guarantee the regional benefits of NAFTA
  • Mexico aims to modernize customs procedures to facilitate trade, as part of NAFTA negotiations
  • Mexico aims to unify agricultural, animal and health safety regulations, as part of NAFTA negotiations
  • Mexico aims to increase integration of labor markets in North America, as part of NAFTA negotiations
  • Mexico aims to strengthen the dispute resolution mechanisms of NAFTA, as part of trade negotiations
  • Mexico aims to protect intellectual property of domestic content producers, as part of NAFTA negotiations
  • Mexico aims to incorporate measures to reflect the transformation of the regional energy sector and strengthen regional energy security
  • Mexico aims to include transparency and anti-corruption measures
  • Mexico aims to capitalize and regionally strengthen the north American development bank

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