Dr. Zozaya discusses the role of the automotive industry in the Mexican economy.
Thomas Karig, managing director, TKonsult, and former VP for Volkswagen Mexico, shares his knowledge on the subject.
What will the impact be on automotive suppliers?
This audio interview features attorney Leslie A. Glick, an attorney specializing in International Trade and Customs.
Ensuring the aftermarket was protected in this new trade agreement was well over a six-month process for MEMA.
Negotiated terms will protect the automotive aftermarket from additional compliance requirements and complexities.
Passage of the USMCA will provide economic certainty and ensure manufacturers stay competitive globally.
Representatives from the U.S., Mexico and Canada have traveled to Mexico City to sign the compromise agreement, which will then be voted on by each country’s legislature.
MEMA And AASA Strongly Oppose New Tariffs On Mexico Imports; Urges Return To The Hard Work Of Implementing The USMCA
AASA and MEMA say they share President Trump’s concerns about security at the U.S. – Mexico border. However, imposing tariffs on all goods crossing the Mexican border will not provide a more secure border, the associations believe.
The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) issued a statement today from Bill Long, president and CEO of MEMA and current president and COO of AASA, urging Congress to pass the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, created by the Trump administration to replace the 25-year-old NAFTA agreement.