And when we understand where the regulations we comply with are and why, we can conduct our operations with a more prudent perspective or even legally protect ourselves. (p) sell less content or quantity of petroleum products in accordance with the units of measurement established by law: a fine of twenty-five units; (f) Develop and propose legal norms and mechanisms that promote competition and combat monopolistic and unfair practices; The Mexican legal system is not far behind. The Political Constitution of the United Mexican States (CUSMP) establishes the basis for business operations that occur in the country. That is, most international trade negotiations have ended with treaties and agreements that are part of Mexican law. Article 9 Obligations. Concessionaires of commercial earth stations shall be subject to the following obligations: Article 130. Monopolies and privileges are prohibited. The State restricts the activity of enterprises which, to the detriment of the national economy, absorb or threaten to absorb the output of one or more branches of activity or the same commercial or agricultural activity. The laws determine what is related to this issue. The State protects the market economy and prevents associations that tend to restrict the freedom of the market or harm consumers. ARTICLE 16 DIRECTORATE FOR COMPETITION PROMOTION. The Directorate of Competition Promotion is responsible for analysing the behaviour of the country`s various markets for goods and services, analysing the relationship between trade and competition, promoting technical criteria in this area in international treaties and conventions, conducting campaigns to promote competition culture and proposing a legal framework and national policy in this area. Its tasks are: Article 340.
Any person who, for illicit purposes, commits acts manifestly prejudicial to the national economy by absorbing the output of one or more branches of industry or of the same commercial or agricultural activity, or by exploiting them by privilege or other means, or by carrying out manoeuvres or agreements, even disguised by the formation of several companies, The sale of goods at certain prices to the obvious detriment of the national economy or the individual is punishable by imprisonment from six months to five years and a fine of five hundred to ten thousand quetzals. Here you can consult the legal provisions that make up the regulatory framework of the Ministry of Economy and regulate the issues that fall within its competence: foreign trade, mining, chambers of commerce, international trade negotiations, metrology and standardization, public mediation, among others. In our country, the legal system operates with „constitutional supremacy“. In other words, the CUSMC or Magna Carta is the supreme law, and no one else can contradict it. Article 36 A practice of price restraint occurs when individuals, organizations, associations or guilds of individuals engaged in the refining, processing and marketing of petroleum and petroleum products exert pressure or force their partners, members or purchasers to set or maintain a selling price for petroleum products. It is responsible for enforcing the legal rules relating to the development of non-agricultural production activities, internal and foreign trade, consumer protection, the promotion of competition, the legal fight against unfair competition and the restriction of the activity of monopolistic enterprises; domestic and foreign investment, promotion of competitiveness, industrial and trade development; To this end, it must: (b) promote, prior to the national competitiveness programme, the culture of economic and commercial competition through mechanisms that facilitate domestic production and access to new markets; (a) the formulation and implementation, within the existing legal framework, of consumer protection policy, the promotion of competition and the legal suppression of unfair competition. Article 111 No distiller may produce annually in the Republic more than 33 per cent (thirty-three per cent) of natural and prepared alcohol. It serves as the basis for determining this percentage, the overall achievement of the previous year. Anyone responsible for any of the above-mentioned acts shall be punished by imprisonment from six months to three years and a fine of two hundred to five thousand quetzals. (a) discriminatory quota practices: a fine of three thousand pieces; Mexico has more than 250 federal laws.
Of these, more than 10 directly regulate certain aspects of foreign trade. Apart from other laws that may affect it. In relation to the fact that all taxes should be allocated to collective needs. Council members who receive indications of collusion are required to lodge the complaint with the appropriate authorities. Those responsible for this crime are liable to imprisonment for one to four years and a fine of five thousand to twenty-five thousand quetzals. And from this obligation flow constitutional fiscal principles: f) hoarding, speculation, scarcity or refusal to sell essential or basic products to increase prices.