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Welcome to the Mid America Chapter

In 1973, United States President Richard J. Nixon and Luis Echeverría, President of Mexico, came together and discussed the need for an independent entity to examine cross border policy making processes.  As a result of these conversations, the Chamber was formed with David Rockefeller was appointed President of the advisory board.

The organization has since served as the leading bi-national business organization building mutual profitable trade and investment relationships between the United States & Mexico.

Today, the chamber is lead by Al Zapanta, CEO & President. The Mid America Chapter, one of 18 Bi-national chapters, operates under the leadership of Gery Chico, Partner of Chico & Nunes, as the chapter's Advisory Board President.

 

Support trade between the us & Mexico

We are dedicated to providing our members with effective tools, resources, and key insights to promote and strengthen opportunities between US & Mexico.

From trade to investment, our organization offers a variety of opportunities designed to improve communication, cooperation, and understanding through our partnerships in both the private & public sectors of the United States and Mexico.

 
 

The only binational Chamber of COmmerce

The US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce has locations in both the US & Mexico. Offices are located in all the diverse economies & industries of the US & Mexico.                                                    

Mexico

  • Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
  • Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Aguascalientes, AGS
  • Leon, Guanajuato
  • Morelia, Michoacán
  • Veracruz, Veracruz
  • Puebla, Puebla
  • Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico 

United States

  • Springfield, VA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Kingwood, TX
  • Detroit, MI
  • Dallas, TX
  • Chicago, IL
  • New York, NY
  • Miami, FL                 

 

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USA Mexico Chapters

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NAFTA NOTICE TIMELINE


May 18

President Trump announced the United State’s intention to engage in negotiations related to NAFTA.
 

May 23

US Trade Representative Publishes Notice in Federal Register regarding request for comments and
notice of public hearing. The US Trade Representative strongly encourages online submissions at:
www.regulations.gov

          Source: Federal Register - Request for Comments & Notice

 

June 12

Deadline for public comment and written notification of intention to testify.

          Source: (See 2. Public Comment and Hearing)

 

JUNE 27

A hearing will be held on June 27 at 9:00 a.m. in the Main Hearing Room of the
US International Trade Commission, 500 East Street SW, Washington DC 201436
 

AUGUST 16

90 Day Presidential Notice Ends & Negotiations May Begin

 

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IMPORTANT LINKS

 

  • ONLINE SUBMISSIONS: The US Trade Representative strongly encourages online submissions at www.regulations.gov All comments are posted and open to public viewing.

    For more information contact: Ms. Jamison (202) 395-3475 ext. 59666

  • DEADLINE: If you wish to testify at the 6/27 hearing, you must submit your written intention to testify by the June 12th Deadline. Go to www.regulations.gov

  • For the full NAFTA Text, please see the following link: NAFTA Text

  • US Trade Representative Archives