Industrial development is defined as the planning and building of new industries in special areas. For a business venture to operate in an appropriate manner, it must comply with a set of legal rules and regulations.
Here at Peyton and Associates, we advise clients in the national and international business environment regarding Mexican laws. We assist and represent our clients before regional and federal industrial development boards, city councils and county commissions, for the purpose or securing for them tax abatements and other incentives for locating or expanding their facilities in certain geographical areas. At the same time, our firm offers advice regarding Legal assistance in compliance with Mexican Official Standards (NOM), anti-dumping policies, investigations of unfair trade practices with the corresponding agencies and Mexican government authorities, and advice regarding penalties and controls that affect exports, investments and transactions with certain countries – primarily the United States of America and Canada.