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Korean trade minister, ST&R leader discuss supply chain and trade policy

[Arirang]

New customs requirements for Mexico shipments

“The SAT will require any entities sending goods through Mexico to modify their electronic invoices — known as CFDI in Spanish — with the Carta Porte supplement. All freight of any size traveling by road, rail, air or sea through Mexico and all types of commodities will be required to have the supplement.”

[FreightWaves]

General Council decides to postpone MC12 indefinitely

“Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said the travel constraints meant that many ministers and senior delegates could not have participated in face-to-face negotiations at the Conference. This would render participation on an equal basis impossible, she said.”

[WTO]

Mexico to reinstate temporary tariffs on steel imports in 2022

“The tariffs will begin in June 2022 and gradually disappear at the end of 2024, the government said in presidential decree published in the Official Gazette on Monday night. The measure applies to more than 100 steel products.”

[Reuters]

Trudeau weighs auto-content rules as next U.S. trade flashpoint

“Canada is leaning toward forming a common front with Mexico in a fight with the U.S. over how to interpret rules governing the origin of vehicle parts.”

[Bloomberg]

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