Federal Government in conjunction with Mexican commerce relaunches “Made in Mexico” seal

By Eliot Bullman Tuesday, February 7, 2017 comments

Made in Mexico Strategy will distinguish Mexican products competing in international markets, boost domestic production and support the domestic market.



The federal government relaunched the stamp “Made in Mexico”, with the intention to boost visibility of products containing the badge in international markets. The seal serves as a guarantee that the products are made under high quality standards.


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Accompanied by leaders of the Business Coordination Council and the Concamin, President Enrique Peña Nieto led the relaunch of the “Made in Mexico” seal, which includes a promotional campaign and facilitators to streamline investments and increase productivity.



At a time when national unity is flourishing, President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the strategy to boost economic competitiveness.



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Mexico will create a National Trade Facilitation Committee that will meet the commitments of the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation, with the aim of reducing foreign trade tariffs by approximately 40 percent.



This seal does not distinguish whether the company that uses it is national or not, but it serves to demonstrate that products are made by Mexican nationals, therefore, they reflect great quality and the heart and soul of every Mexican worker.



Carlos Joaquín González, State Governor of Quintana Roo explained that the Southern Zone has the opportunity to not only distinguish Mexican products locally but also to impact upon national productivity.


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