Regulation of border management in Mexico

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Abstract

In Mexico, several government agencies share the responsibility of managing traderelated cross-border regulatory requirements. The regulatory reforms that have been introduced across the various border management agencies are designed to reduce red tape, improve co-ordination and facilitate the movement of freight. However, difficulties are being experienced in the implementation of the regulations. Challenges include: full functionality of the single window VUCEM system; to undertake a review of risk management practices on inspections by border management agencies; to develop national standards and operating procedures in order to achieve national uniformity of practice, to co-ordinate management and investment in road border crossing facilities so that priority gates for registered carriers are accessed by reserved lanes sufficiently long to bypass queues for non-priority gates.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFrance
PublisherOECD
Number of pages15
ISBN (Electronic)9789264268364
ISBN (Print)9789264268272
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 09 Jan 2017

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Mexico
Risk management
Queue
Uniformity
Government agencies
Regulatory reform
Management practices
Inspection
Functionality
Red tape
Freight
Cross-border
Responsibility
Roads

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Regulation of border management in Mexico. / Widdowson, David.

France : OECD, 2017. 15 p.

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