Mexico Modifies Regulations to Clarify Applicability of Countervailing Duties (CVD)

Posted by Arturo González on 2/17/22 5:00 PM

On February 4, 2022, in the Diario Oficial, the Mexican Ministry of Economy published several modifications to the “Agreement Establishing Rules for Determining the Country of Origin of Imported Goods and the Provisions for their Certification for Non-Preferential Purposes,” published on August 30, 1994. According to the modification, merchandise originating in countries outside of those defined in the scope of a countervailing duty (CVD) order does not require the payment of countervailing duties when the Annex VIII certificate of origin is provided. An Annex VIII certificate of origin must be prepared by the producer or exporter. The format of the certificate is published in the Diario Oficial. The modification entered into force the following day of publication.

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Topics: Countervailing, Mexico, Duty, AD/CVD

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