Mexico participates in the meeting of the Trans-Pacific Treaty Committee

Mexico City /

Head of the Ministry of Economy Tatiana Clotheer, participated in the fifth meeting of The Comprehensive Treaty Committee and Trans Pacific Progressive Partnership (TIPAT), which was actually implemented and was chaired by Yosotoshi Nishimura, the minister in charge of the agreement in Japan.

Ministers of the 11 member states such as Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, The decision was made to establish an e-commerce commission, to promote better employment opportunities and distribute products and services in the region.

Ministers welcomed Completion of internal operations in Peru for TIPAT to enter into force on September 19. He added that the three members awaiting ratification of the treaty (Brunei, Chile and Malaysia) were urged to exhaust their internal processes to achieve this goal.”

He stated that, through the joint statement, the ministers emphasizedn innovative agreement with high standards such as TIPATAnd will contribute Significantly for economic recovery Post-Covid-19 pandemic.

Minister Clauthier stressed the importance of continuing efforts in favor of correctionImplementation of the treaty nearly three years after its entry into force, so that Mexican companies can take advantage of opportunities in a dynamic region such as Asia Pacific.

Finally, highlight The need to take advantage of the benefits of the Convention by all sectors of society, as a priority for inclusive and sustainable economic growth, so that no one is left behind.

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