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 PM Mark Levinson, President USMCOC California Regional Chapter

3:05 p.m. Special Guest: Marcela Celorio, Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles

 3:10 p.m. Moderator: Ernesto Bravo, President TECMA and Board Member, California Regional Chapter

Keynote Speakers:

3:10-3:30 p.m. Kenneth Smith, Former Nafta and USMCA Negotiator, Partner AGON, Mexico City.

3:30 p.m.-3:50 p.m. Arturo Bautista, Partner Mauricio Monroy Consulting

Topics of discussion

USMCA updated chapters from prior agreements and new rules by industry in the manufacturing sector

Changes on Rules of Origin: Challenges to current supply chains and opportunities for their stronger regionalization

USMCA potential effects on the maquila industry and current cross-border manufacturing schemes

Understanding USMCA’s labor rights and environmental protection considerations and their repercussions for the manufacturing sector

Customs, trade facilitation and other aspects of the USMCA with implications on the regional supply chain integration

3:50 p.m. Q&A

4:10 p.m. Event Closure

ADMISSION FEES

Member: $15.00 / Non-Member: $20.00

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