Alejandro Gómez-Strozzi focuses his practice on providing advisory and consulting services related to international trade compliance, antidumping, customs, foreign trade, competition, antitrust, regulatory and Mexican administrative law.
As a top international trade lawyer, he has advised major multinational companies in the automotive, steel, and consumer products sectors. He provides advice regarding available foreign trade programs, tax implications of foreign trade operations, implementation of free trade agreements entered into by Mexico, customs procedures, trade compliance, and unfair trade practices.
He has led several clients’ participations in antidumping 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.
With his expertise in cross-border transactions, Alejandro is the lead trade consultant of the Mexican associations and confederations of pork, poultry, and beef producers; and provides advice in tariff and nontariff trade regulations and standardization. He also participates in the defense of their interests in national and international trade panels.
Alejandro has experience in private practice and government. During President Vicente Fox´s administration (2000-2006), Alejandro was the undersecretary of economy in charge of foreign investment, standards, and trade remedies. In addition, he previously led the Mexican Investigative Authority regarding trade remedies (UPCI) in the Ministry of Economy.
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