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DICEX and QIMA – NYCE sign collaboration agreement

July 26, 2021 11:09 am In a globalized world, strategic relationships are an ideal alternative to optimize resources, innovate and access new markets. For this reason, DICEX and QIMA – NYCE joined in a collaboration agreement to boost the competitiveness of the companies that make up the sphere of foreign trade in our country. With this agreement, we add capacities… [+]

Everything you need to know about the National Customs Agency

July 21, 2021 11:44 am With the aim of stopping drug trafficking in customs, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador issued a decree for the creation of the National Customs Agency (ANAM). Among the main changes is that the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit will no longer be the one that controls Mexican customs through the SAT,… [+]

Japan, winning or losing with The Olympics?

July 15, 2021 3:32 pm The Tokyo Olympics lay between the uncertainty. When announced in 2013, after beating Istanbul, Turkey and Spain, everyone considered that it would be a great economic growth opportunity for the country, however the doubts remain in Japan. With the pandemic it became clear that the games should be postponed, so they were delayed to 2021…. [+]

Analysis of the first year of TMEC

July 13, 2021 10:05 am The North American Free Trade Agreement was revised and updated to meet the new needs and trends in foreign trade of these times; When this change was announced, uncertainty came to international markets as investors in Mexico feared for their investments. July 1, 2021 marked one year since the Mexico-United States-Canada Treaty (T-MEC) or USMCA… [+]

What changes will there be in Customs and Ports now that SEMAR has taken control?

June 21, 2021 1:00 pm As had already been announced as of last Saturday, June 5, the Merchant Navy and the Mexican Armed Navy (SEMAR) will be unified, taking control of the country’s ports and customs. Previously, the secretary in charge of such control in customs and ports of the country was the secretary of communications and transportation. Unfortunately, the… [+]

Lack of capacity in US ports due to increased demand.

June 14, 2021 4:02 pm Global supply chains are unraveling and the United States market in its process of reactivation created deficiencies in its ports, driving up prices, creating shortages and causing chaos for consumers of maritime services. In the last seven months the Los Angeles-Long Beach container port complex, the largest in the United States, could see up to… [+]

Risk is forecast in the container market in 2022 following the Covid-19 outbreak in China.

June 11, 2021 3:53 pm The consequences of the terrible pandemic continue to affect the economy and international logistics. The Covid-19 outbreak in southern China and the major Yantian port terminal is causing further problems and delays in a container market already affected for several months, “significantly increasing” the risk of capacity problems in 2022. Southern China is struggling to… [+]

What is the Istmo of Tehuantepec Megaproject?

May 24, 2021 3:56 pm Innovation and infrastructure renewal are fundamental today to guarantee the logistics functionality of a country. Without them, the competitive advantages of a geographical area are affected by the lag and lack of operability in its distribution routes. For this reason, Mexico cannot be left behind since it is the exporting engine of Latin America, which… [+]

Manifestation of value

May 19, 2021 9:59 am What is the “Manifestation of Value”? One of the concepts in customs matters that have generated uncertainty due to the changes that are coming, is the Manifestation of value, this concept refers to the sworn declaration under protest of telling the truth to the tax and customs authorities that the value of the goods and… [+]

How is the WTO preparing for trade challenges in 2021?

May 13, 2021 10:32 am The challenges in foreign trade and international logistics are increasingly complex, for years it has tried to anticipate possible problems with programs and support in the sectors with the highest risk as well as international organizations that govern the rules for international business. The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only international organization that deals… [+]