Mexico concludes trade deal with EU
Mexico and the European Union (EU) have struck a comprehensive deal liberalising most of the trade between the two trading blocs by 2007.
In agriculture, trade in 62% of goods would be fully liberalised, although meat, cereals and dairy products would be excluded.
The deal is still subject to ratification by both legislatures.
- Mexico and EU in trade deal, FWi, 25 November 1999
- Mexican farmers flex muscles, FWi, 17 February 1999
- Mexico and EU in talks on free trade, Fwi, 09 November 1998
- Financial Times 19/01/2000 page 12