BGBG, MC Law, and Mexico Business Club have joined efforts to contribute to the development of trade between Canada and Mexico.
April 13, de 2018 / Banking and Finance
Mexico and Canada have had excellent diplomatic and trade relations for quite a long time, not to mention that both countries promote trade openness policies. In 1994, the diplomatic and trade relations between these countries were strengthened, given that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into force.
The relationship that exists between Canada and Mexico is dynamic and thriving, and distinguishes them as friends, North American neighbors, and strategic partners in the North American continent and in the world.
Therefore, based on the NAFTA renegotiation, both countries have found spaces and opportunities where they may consolidate their trade relations. Canada and Mexico have thus emerged as strengthened allies.
In this context, three entities have combined their experience and dynamism to increase and strengthen trade opportunities between Canada and Mexico:
BGBG Abogados: This law firm was founded in 2001. Its practice areas offer personal and specialized solutions to operate efficiently in regulated markets. Its offices may be found in Mexico (Mexico City and Querétaro) and Spain (Madrid).
MC Law: The first boutique law firm that specializes in providing legal advice to the legal systems in Mexico and Canada.
Mexico Business Club: This is the first community supporting Mexican entrepreneurs in Canada. It was created on May 18, 2016 as an initiative by Mexico-Canada Alliance of Commerce, together with Proméxico, and some of the most important Mexican organizations in Toronto.
To obtain further information on this matter, please contact any of the following members of BGBG:
Miguel Gallardo Guerra
Marco A. López García