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Mexico-Israel
Text of the Agreement
  Background and Negotiations
   

Trade negotiations between Mexico and Israel were initiated in April 1998. After ten rounds of negotiation the parties concluded an agreement aimed at the creation of a free trade area. The Mexico-Israel free trade agreement was signed on 6 March 2000.

Documents relating to the negotiations
06 March 2000 Mexico and Israel sign a free trade agreementPDF
Source: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

  Entry into Force
   

The Mexico-Israel free trade agreement entered into force on 01 July 2000.

Documents relating to the entry into force
12 July 2000 Mexico-Israel Free Trade Agreement entered into force 01 July 2000 Spanish PDF
Source: Presidencia de la República de México

  Implementation of the Agreement
   

Article 10-01 of the agreement establishes a Free Trade Commission comprised by representatives of both Parties to oversee the implementation and operation of the agreement.

On 22 October 2007, Mexico and Israel held a high level meeting where they agreed to strengthen trade cooperation. Also, in accordance with Article 3-17 of the agreement, they reached an agreement on transhipment.

On 18 November 2008, the parties signed a protocol to the FTA. On 17 March 2010, the Protocol to the Mexico-Israel Free Trade Agreement entered into force.

Documents relating to the implementation of the agreement
17 March 2010 The Protocol to the Mexico-Israel Free Trade Agreement entered into force.  PDF
22 October 2007 Mexico and Israel agree to strengthen trade cooperation Spanish PDF
Source: Secretaría de Economía de México

Documents relating to the Mexico-Israel Free Trade Commission
12 July 2010 Tel Aviv, Israel. Second meeting of the Free Trade Commission
Source: Secretaría de Economía de México
  Related Articles and Studies
   
June 2005 Secretaría de Economía de México. Comercio antes y después del TLC México-IsraelSpanishPDF 

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Recent Developments
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