XVIII U.S.-Mexico Congressional Border Issues & NAFTA/USMCOC Conference

February 26, 2019 – Washington, D.C.   Agenda Registration Sponsorship Opportunities Photogallery (Available after the event) NAFTA and Border Issues Congressional Round Table (October 2017) Border Issues Conference 2012       XVIII U.S. Mexico Congressional Border Issues and NAFTA/USMCA Conference February 26, 2019 – Washington, D.C. The U.S.-Mexico Border Region must cope with a […]

NAFTA 2.0 LUNCHEON

The USMCOC Southwest Chapter invites you to the NAFTA 2.0 Luncheon Thursday September 21, 2017 11:00 am to 1:30 pm Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center – Windsor Ballroom 7050 North Stemmons Fwy Dallas, TX 75247 Program Pledge of Allegiance Invocation – Reverend Edgar Bazan, Tyler Street Methodist Church Introductions Josie F. Orosco, Executive Director, USMCOC […]

NAFTA & Mexico – Pittsburgh: Partnership Building and New Business Opportunities

Conference NAFTA & Mexico – Pittsburgh: Partnership Building and New Business Opportunities Conference Program: -Keynote on NAFTA and its Modernization -The business framework and outlook for NAFTA and its implications on the Mexico-Pittsburgh relation -Success Stories and opportunities: a practical approach Keynote Speaker Francisco Sandoval Saqui, Economic Advisor, Ministry of Economy – Trade and NAFTA […]

USMCOC Congressional Roundtable and NAFTA

January 22 & 23, 2018Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City Preliminary Agenda Registration Speakers Conference 2014   EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE   Due to the Congressional budget approval process, the U.S. Congressmen attending our event have to stay in Washington, and for that reason we are forced to postpone the event. We apologize for the […]

NAFTA RELOADED. STRENGTHENING COMPETITIVENESS IN NORTH AMERICA

The USMCOC – California Regional Chapter cordially invites you to an event to discuss the accomplishments and the future of North American trade and economic relations. The presentation will focus on the US-Canada-Mexico business partnership, the deepening of North American integration, and Mexico as key player in regional supply chains. Kenneth Smith Ramos Head of […]

USMCA: LEGAL IMPLICATIONS FOR CROSS-BORDER INVESTMENTS AND BUSINESS

The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Chapter, the Arbitration Center of Mexico, the New York International Arbitration Center, and the New York City Bar’s Inter-American Affairs Committee invite you to a virtual panel discussion about the USMCA and its legal implications for cross-border investments and business. OCTOBER 1, 2020 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM […]

USMCA IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR AND THE NORTH AMERICAN SUPPLY CHAIN

The United States – Mexico Chamber of Commerce, California & Inter-Mountain Chapters cordially invite you to a videoconference discussion regarding the USMCA implications for the manufacturing sector and the North American supply chain. WHEN Tuesday, July 7, 2020 / 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm Pacific Time VIDECONFERENCE Opening Session and Introduction of Special Guest: 3:00 […]

MEXICO’S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK DURING AND AFTER COVID-19 AND THE IMPACT IN THE MAQUILADORA INDUSTRY

  The United States – Mexico Chamber of Commerce, California Regional Chapter cordially invites you to a videoconference discussion regarding: “Mexico’s Economic Outlook during and after COVID-19 and the impact in the Maquiladora Industry” Thursday May 13, 2020 5:00-6:15 p.m. (PST)  VIDEOCONFERENCE Program of the Day: 5:00 p.m. Welcoming Remarks and housekeeping instructions Marlen Marroquin, […]

DOING BUSINESS IN MEXICO AS A LIFE SCIENCES COMPANY

Presented by the USMCOC Inter-Mountain Chapter in collaboration with BioUtah presents a breakfast meeting featuring Mr. Juan Luis Serrano-Leets, an international attorney who resides in Mexico City and who has a wealth of experience with every imaginable legal, regulatory and commercial issue in successfully doing business in Mexico. Topics to be discussed include: -Recent evolution […]