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Trade Counseling

Let the U.S. Commercial Service become your in-country marketing partner. We provide the support you need to facilitates the successful insertion of your company in this market.

Planning and Strategy

  • Create a comprehensive international business plan for entry or expansion into Mexico.
  • Get ideas and cost-effective solutions to help achieve your business goals.

Legal and Regulatory Issues

  • Determine export licensing needs for shipping your products.
  • Understand and comply with global product standards, certification requirements, electricity regulations, and packaging laws.
  • Learn how to avoid intellectual property rights issues and legal disputes.

Documentation and Product Requirements

  • Learn about export documents, including Electronic Export Information filing, invoices, packing lists, and certificates of origin.
  • Verify the tariff rate for your product, as well as any import fees for a particular market.
  • Determine your product’s harmonized tariff schedule (HTS) numbers.

Trade Problems

  • Get assistance with customs-related issues.
  • Obtain advocacy support if your company’s exports or Mexico bids are adversely affected by a trade barrier or by market access issues.
  • Learn how to limit the risk of non-payment, and receive counseling if problems arise.

Trade Finance and Insurance

  • Formulate an export finance strategy leveraging loan programs provided by the Export-Import Bank of America, the Small Business Administration, and other trade finance organizations to reduce risk and enable your company to offer competitive terms of sale in Mexico.
  • Get guidance on pricing your products and services to ensure competitiveness in the Mexican markets while maximizing your profits.

Contact us today to connect with a world of opportunity


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