Definition and assessment of essential activities in Mexico vis-à-vis those in the U.S.A. Understanding the role of the different Mexican federal and local authorities on regulation, compliance and enforcement. Administrative and legal means to address inspections, sanctions and closings in Mexico. Potential evolution on the definition of essential activities and inclusion of new sectors and industries, particularly those related to cross-border supply chain and international trade with the U.S.A. Company preparedness to re-starting non-essential activities in Mexico. Assessing and mitigating political, community-related and reputational risks as a result of current or future restarting of operations in the context of the COVID-19 emergency in Mexico.
Sponsor: US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Northeast Chapter
Fee: Members $15 Non-Members $25
Contact: Elba Rangel