The Mexican Automotive Sector and the North American Region. Results and Prospects of the Policy of Greater Integration Negotiated in the T-MEC.
Almost two years after the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) has been in force, an analysis of the Mexican automotive sector is presented, as well as the conditions that characterize its integration with the North American region.In principle, a study of the basic elements that explain the evolution of the automotive sector installed in Mexico, whose antecedents go back almost a century of history, was carried out; Subsequently, the conditions that gave rise to the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are evaluated, a process that culminated in the signing of the USMCA.An explanation was incorporated on the provisions related to the determination of the regional origin of vehicles manufactured in North America, to conclude with the preparation of Results and Perspectives for the sector, one year after the USMCA is in force.
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