Eu Mexico Global Agreement 2000

The conclusion of this new agreement between Mexico and the European Union sends a strong message to the world on the importance of keeping markets open, cooperating multilaterally to address our global challenges and cooperating to address the concerns of humanity. In April 2018, the EU and Mexico reached an « agreement in principle » on trade from a modernised global agreement between the EU and Mexico. On 14 July 1998, a Joint Committee on the Interim Agreement was set up and negotiations for a free trade agreement were initiated. Nine rounds of negotiations took place between November 1998 and November 1999. Negotiations on the free trade agreement between Mexico and the EU were concluded on 24 November 1999. On behalf of the Mexican Government, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economy announce the successful conclusion of negotiations for a new global agreement with the European Union. It covers political, economic and cooperation aspects, in order to strengthen political dialogue, stimulate trade and investment and strengthen technical and scientific cooperation for the benefit of both societies. The EU-Mexico Joint Council met for the first time on 27 February 2001. At that session, the Joint Council adopted the outcome of the negotiations on trade in services, capital movements and related payments, and intellectual property, which are expected to enter into force on 1 March 2001. At the meeting, Decision No 02/2000 and the information document relating to Decision No 02/2000 also established that Title III on public procurement had been adopted on 27 February 22001. The Council adopted several additional decisions for the implementation of the Agreement.

The last EU-Mexico Joint Council was held in Prague (Czech Republic) in May 2009. Both sides are finalizing the legal revision of the text of the modernized agreement. After translation into all EU languages, it will be forwarded to the EU Member States and the European Parliament for signature and closure. The trade aspects of the global agreement were adopted by Decisions 2/2000 establishing a free trade area for goods and by the EU-Mexico Joint Council 2/2001 establishing a free trade area for services. Mexico and the European Union successfully concluded negotiations for an updated trade agreement on 28 April 2020, subject to the agreement of both parties. [4] On 30 May 1, 2016, Mexico and the European Union officially began discussions on updating their current free trade agreement. The first round of negotiations on the modernisation of the agreement was held in Brussels, Belgium, on 13 and 14 June 2016. The second round of negotiations on the modernisation of the agreement was held in Mexico City from 22 to 25 November 2016. On 28 April 2020, the EU and Mexico concluded the final outstanding element of the negotiations on their new trade agreement, namely the exact extent of the mutual opening of public procurement at a subcentric level. . .


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