Mexican Section

Vision

Be a National Section that satisfies the requirements of our users, with a quality level that brings national and international recognition.

Mandate

Article 30.6.3 of the Agreement establishes the Secretariat comprising the Canadian Section, the Mexican Section and the United States Section. The mandate of the Secretariat is set out in Article 30.6.3 of the Agreement and reads:

The Secretariat shall:

  1. provide assistance to the Commission;
  2. provide administrative assistance to:
    1. panels and committees established under Section D of Chapter 10 (Review and Dispute Settlement in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Matters), and
    2. panels established under Chapter 31 (Dispute Settlement), including under Annex 31-A (United States-Mexico Facility-Specific Rapid Response Labor Mechanism) and Annex 31-B (Canada-Mexico Facility-Specific Rapid Response Labor Mechanism);
  3. be responsible for the payment of remuneration to and expenses of panels and committees established under Section D of Chapter 10 (Review and Dispute Settlement in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Matters) and panelists, assistants, and experts involved in dispute settlement proceedings under Chapter 31 (Dispute Settlement), including under Annex 31-A (United-States-Mexico Facility-Specific Rapid Response Labor Mechanism) and Annex 31-B (Canada-Mexico Facility-Specific Rapid Response Labor Mechanism); and
  4. as the Commission may direct:
    1. support the work of other committees and groups established under this Agreement, and
    2. otherwise facilitate the operation of this Agreement.

The Mexican Section of the Secretariat is established by the Agreement and other agreements signed by Mexico with other Latin America countries.

In accordance with the dispositions of the mentioned agreements, the Secretariat has the following mandate:

In this site you will find texts of the:

Guiding Principles

Contact Us

TMEC Secretariat,
Mexican Section

Pachuca No. 189, 16th floor
Colonia Condesa, Demarcación Territorial Cuauhtémoc
C.P. 06140, Mexico City

Telephone No.: +52 55 57 29 91 00 Ext. 15010

E-mail: mexico@can-mex-usa-sec.org

Personnel

Rubisel VelázquezSecretary
María Isabel GarzaDirector for the Assistance to Commissions, Committees, and Working Groups
Sofía BallesterosDeputy Director for the Assistance to Commissions, Committees, and Working Groups
Leslie Sarahí GonzálezLiaison for Management Control
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