During a working lunch at the G20 Leaders’ Summit, President Enrique Peña Nieto declared that Mexico seeks to further expand its network of trade agreements.
He explained that during his administration, an FTA has been signed with Panama, a trade agreement has been completed with the Pacific Alliance and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations have been finalized. When the TPP comes into force, Mexico will have 13 FTAs and access to 1.309 potential consumers in 52 countries.
The working lunch for heads of state and government was the last activity in the G20 Leaders’ Summit, during which the Antalya Press Statement and Plan of Action were adopted.
President Enrique Pena Nieto welcomed the G20 commitment to ensuring that at COP-21, to be held in Paris, the foundations for a new binding global framework to tackle climate change will be agreed.