New U.S.-Mexico Telecommunications Agreement Will Ease Burdens on U.S. Manufacturers
by GSI Staff May 31, 2011
United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Mexican Secretary of Economy Bruno Ferrari recently signed an agreement that will ease burdens on U.S. companies, especially smaller manufacturers, seeking to export telecommunications products to Mexico, while maintaining high levels of safety protection and facilitating cross-border trade. Under the Mutual Recognition Agreement between the Government of the United States and the Government of the United Mexican States for Conformity Assessment of Telecommunications Equipment, Mexican regulatory authorities will accept tests performed by recognized U.S. laboratories to determine the conformity of telecommunications equipment with Mexican technical requirements, rather than requiring additional testing before the American products can be sold in Mexico.
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