On 29 December 1999 Mexico and Uruguay signed an Economic
Complementation Agreement, which was deposited with the ALADI as ACE
No 5. This agreement entered into force on 1 March 2001.
On 5 July 2002, Mexico and the member states of MERCOSUR -- Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
-- signed an ALADI framework agreement (ACE No 54)
that aims to create a free trade area. In August of that year Mexico and Uruguay initiated negotiations
towards a free trade agreement. The Mexico-Uruguay free trade agreement was signed during the XIII
Iberoamerican Summit on 15 November 2003 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
Mexico and Uruguay signed
the Second Protocol Amending the agreement on November 27, 2019. Mexico and Uruguay signed the Third Additional
Protocol to the Free Trade Agreement on November 20, 2020.
| Documents relating to the negotiations
|20 November 2020
||Mexico and Uruguay sign Third Additional Protocol to their FTA
|27 November 2019
||Mexico and Uruguay sign Second Amending Protocol to their FTA
|15 November 2003
||Signing of Mexico-Uruguay Free Trade Agreement
Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, Uruguay;
Secretaría General de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Integración (ALADI)