Miguel A. Concha Fuentes

Associate, International Trade and Customs
Mexico City
Torre Esmeralda II
Blvd. Manuel A. Camacho No. 36-1802
Lomas de Chapultepec
Ciudad de Mexico 11000
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Miguel Concha Fuentes is a foreign trade and customs attorney who specializes in customs and administrative litigation, customs advisory and unfair international trade practices, primarily dumping. 

He has actively participated in anti-dumping investigations, such as carbon steel pipe originating in the United States, Spain and India, steel wire rod originating in China and hot-rolled steel originating in Germany, China and France.

Miguel provides advice on obtaining various permits, quotas and import authorizations with Mexico’s Ministry of Economy. He also participates in meetings with the Tax Administration Service to obtain authorizations of foreign trade facilitation programs and importers registry.

In addition, Miguel maintains constant communication with customs brokers to follow up on the customs clearance of goods, solving and providing advice on applicable nontariff regulations, tariff classification, certificates of origin, invoicing and more.

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