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CÓMO LAS ADUANAS AYUDARÁN AL COMERCIO EXTERIOR

El sistema aduanero se moderniza para mantenerse al ritmo del intercambio comercial, con el modelo Aduana

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*La Confederación de Asociaciones de Agentes Aduanales

Desde que se creó la figura del agente aduanal hasta ahora, el comercio exterior se ha multiplicado por 1,500, y ha contribuido al crecimiento de la productividad de las empresas mexicanas y al avance del país.

El creciente volumen del comercio exterior representa un reto para mantener la seguridad del país, vigilar la salud de los mexicanos, lograr que el gobierno recaude las contribuciones adecuadas y apoyar la productividad, y alcanzar todas esas metas sin entorpecer las operaciones. En México se realizan 31 operaciones de comercio exterior por minuto, 95% de ellas por medio de los agentes aduanales.

Para atender este reto, el gobierno y los particulares están comprometidos en la modernización del sistema aduanero, con la visión de Aduana del Siglo 21.

La Aduana del Siglo 21 es un proyecto de modernización y un esfuerzo que se construye en forma conjunta entre los agentes aduanales y el SAT, a fin de lograr un sistema fiscal y aduanero cada vez más eficiente.

Los pasos firmes que ha dado este sector se reflejan en datos fehacientes: la transformación comenzó en abril de 2016 con 17 compañías y en diciembre de ese año se inscribieron 64. Dichas instancias efectuaron 14,181 operaciones. Hasta mayo de 2016, 93 empresas operan bajo ese modelo y han efectuado 8,066 operaciones.

Otro ejemplo de los beneficios que aporta la Aduana del Siglo 21 es que la importación de autos usados es más segura y sencilla con el uso de sistemas y tecnología avanzados y con nuevas reglas publicadas por el gobierno federal.

Ahora se sabe con mayor certeza el historial de los vehículos a importar, se conoce a detalle las condiciones físico-mecánicas de los automóviles, si cumplen cabalmente con la norma ambiental, si tienen algún problema con el título de propiedad, entre otros. El uso de la tecnología refuerza los controles y a la vez hace más sencilla la importación segura de los vehículos usados.

En 2017, con más de 40 tratados de libre comercio firmados, México es un país abierto al mundo, comercia más de 14 billones de pesos anuales, esto es 1,500 veces más que hace 150 años y recauda en las aduanas casi 800,000 mdp, 256 veces más que en 1870, según datos de la Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público. Las aduanas y sus agentes son pilar de estos datos positivos.

Elementos de la Aduana del Siglo 21

Este modelo tiene cinco elementos que generan un nuevo sistema que facilita y atiende puntualmente al comercio exterior:

1. Aduana inteligente. Permite la automatización de procesos para hacer eficientes y seguras las operaciones de comercio exterior. Hay, por ejemplo, 14,000 cámaras de video-vigilancia con sensores que emiten alarmas. La Ventanilla Única de Comercio Exterior facilitará el cumplimiento de las obligaciones.

2. Aduana transparente. Destacan dos acciones innovadoras: la incorporación obligatoria del código QR en los pedimentos, y el Nuevo Manual de Operación Aduanera. Con el código, la autoridad puede tener información de la mercancía con mayor facilidad que antes, lo que hace más ágiles las operaciones. Los usuarios, los agentes aduanales y la autoridad pueden revisar en tiempo real el estatus legal de la mercancía.

3. Aduana competitiva. El uso de la tecnología mejora la infraestructura aduanera. Hay 38 proyectos a los que se han destinado más de 9,500 mdp desde 2013 y hasta 2018. Hay 15 de ellos concluidos, por un monto superior a los 3,000 mdp.

4. Aduana colaborativa. Se refiere a trabajar en coordinación con los usuarios para, por ejemplo, evitar que ingrese mercancía subvaluada.

5. Aduana globalizada. La adopción de las mejores prácticas internacionales gracias al intercambio de información con nuestros principales socios comerciales.

*La Confederación de Asociaciones de Agentes Aduanales, fundada en 1938, es el organismo que representa y defiende los intereses gremiales de los agentes aduanales, al tiempo que vela por el comportamiento ético y apoya la mejora continua de los agentes y promueve la regulación que atañe a las actividades aduaneras. La integran 99% de los agentes aduanales y 37 asociaciones.

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Por Roberto Medina / Méxicodigital noticias

Mérida, Yuc. Enero 5, 2020.

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A Trader Who Lost $19 Million Wins $1.4 Million Payout Over His Dismissal

A former trader at BNP Paribas SA’s investment banking arm in the U.S. who was fired over a one-day 17.3 million-euro ($19 million) loss, won nearly 1.3 million euros in an unfair-dismissal lawsuit.

The Paris court of appeals said that Lionel Crassier, the bank’s former U.S. head of equities, was unduly punished twice by BNP. The judges ruled he was unfairly fired after the bank had already sanctioned him for the trading loss by abruptly recalling him from New York.

Labor lawsuits are a rare opportunity to glean details on trading disasters. Last year, BNP lost a separate case in Paris after demoting its former global head of foreign exchange arbitrage over a 2.7 million-euro loss he suffered during his first month on the job. Even the country’s biggest trading loss ended with Jerome Kerviel briefly winning 455,500 euros before that unfair-dismissal award was overturned last year.

Crassier’s dismissal letter, cited in the ruling, says the 17-year veteran built up a trading position on March 26, 2012, comprising 65,000 mini futures that exceeded his 100 million-euro overnight limit and generated the $19 million loss at market close.

 Crassier failed to react that day when BNP Paribas Securities Services, “surprised” by the volume, contacted him. It was only after his boss reached out that the former trader provided explanations, according to the dismissal letter.

“You acknowledged having focused on volume, rather than the total value of your positions and without monitoring your P&L in real time, which is proof of your poor analysis and a flagrant lack of vigilance,” BNP said in the letter, in reference to his portfolio of trades. “Your behavior is unacceptable.”

Officials at BNP said the bank doesn’t comment on court cases, when asked about the Nov. 26 ruling. A lawyer for Crassier declined to immediately provide a comment.

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<a href="https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-29/bnp-trader-fired-over-19-million-loss-wins-1-4-million-lawsuit">https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-29/bnp-trader-fired-over-19-million-loss-wins-1-4-million-lawsuit</a>

Goldman sees ‘baby bear’ market for bonds in 2020 in a year of risks

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/22/goldman-sees-baby-bear-market-for-bonds-in-2020-in-a-year-of-risks.html

Stock Market Today: Dow, S&P Live Updates for Nov. 22, 2019 – Bloomberg

From Bloomberg Capital Markets New York.

U.S. equity futures edged higher and European stocks advanced as investors digested the latest headlines on the trade dispute between America and China. Treasuries rose along with benchmark bonds in Europe after a mixed bag of economic data.

Contracts on all three main U.S. gauges pointed to a firm open, though they briefly erased gains earlier. Treasuries and government bonds in Europe reversed losses after a measure of services in the euro area disappointed, even as Germany reported better-than-expected manufacturing numbers. The common currency fluctuated.

Miners and energy companies helped lead the Stoxx Europe 600 Index higher in the wake of oil’s strongest close since September. The pound fell — boosting British equities — following a gloomy reading of U.K. company sentiment. Japanese shares steadied after three days of declines, while stocks climbed in Australia and Hong Kong, and slipped in China.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-21/asia-stock-futures-rise-as-traders-eye-trade-news-markets-wrap

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Breaking news: Tesla Stock goes “Sky Rocket”

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Tesla shares soar after crushing third-quarter earnings

Tesla reported third-quarter revenue of $6.3 billion and earnings per share, adjusted, of $1.86 on Wednesday.Shares spiked more than 20% after Tesla posted the surprise profit and said it was ahead of schedule with a new factory in Shanghai.

Tesla delivered a strong third-quarter earnings report after the bell on Wednesday, posting a surprise profit and telling shareholders it is ahead of schedule with a new factory in Shanghai. Shares spiked more than 20% after hours, putting them at their highest price since February.

Here’s what the results were versus analysts’ expectations:

Adjusted earnings per share of $1.86 vs. expected losses of 42 cents per shareRevenue of $6.3 billion, vs. expected $6.33 billion, according to Refinitiv consensus estimates

The electric car maker gave investors plenty to look forward to next year. It released a glossy 28-page investor update filled with photos from its new factory in Shanghai where Tesla said it’s already begun trial production runs.

The company also said it was ahead of schedule on its long-awaited Model Y crossover, which it now expects to launch by next summer. At the same time, Tesla says it is planning to make a limited run of its Tesla Semi truck next year, and hopes to soon announce the location of its European Gigafactory, where it aims to begin making electric vehicles in 2021.

In its Q3 2019 Update, Tesla said:

“Gigafactory Shanghai was built in 10 months and is ready for production, while it was ~65% less expensive (capex per unit of capacity) to build than our Model 3

Tesla shares dropped after the company reported losses of $1.12 per share and $6.35 billion in revenue. At this time last year, Tesla reported a “historic” third quarter with revenue of $6.82 billion and earnings per share of $2.90.

In Q3, Tesla released over-the-air software updates, including a controversial Smart Summon feature, that lets some Tesla drivers use an app to remotely call and control their cars. The cars can, in some situations, come pick them up from a short distance away, navigating a parking lot without any driver behind the wheel to do so.

Margins will be in sharp focus on today’s earnings call, in part, because Tesla launched new Autopilot software upgrades which enabled the company to recognize deferred revenues. The company has been selling more, lower-priced Model 3 vehicles in 2019, and fewer of its higher-priced Model S and Model X’s.

The company said in its Q3 2019 report: “Despite reductions in the average selling price (ASP) of Model 3 as global mix stabilizes, our gross margins have strengthened.”

Specifically, automotive gross margins for Tesla rose to 22.8% in the third quarter, up from Q2 auto gross margins of 18.9%, but still less than the 25.8% automotive gross margins Tesla reported during the third quarter last year. Tesla said that margins were improved in part through “Smart Summon-related deferred revenue recognition, FX and other non-recurring items.” It did not specify what the non-recurring items were.

Tesla CFO Zach Kirkhorn said on an earnings call on Wednesday afternoon that the company recognized $30 million in revenue related to the Smart Summon update.

Today’s third-quarter earnings report is the first for Tesla since the departure of co-founder and former CTO JB Straubel, and since the company completed the acquisition of two companies: A computer vision startup

Video: Tasha Keeney, ARK Invest, discusses Tesla’s earnings and what she sees for the company in the U.S. and in China. With CNBC’s Phil LeBeau.

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Information, full article on “CNBC WallStreet, New York” CNBC LIVE COVERAGE

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By mexicodigital news

Roberto Medina

◀ Wallstreet S&P ; FUTURES POINT MIXED OPEN, CNBC.

Wallstreet Standard & Poors

All EYES ON ” –

– In Morgan Stanley, Philip Morris and Union Pacific are among some of the major companies set to report earnings before the opening bell -.

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At around 04:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 5 points, indicating a negative open of more than 6 points.Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were slightly higher.The moves in pre-market trade come amid heightened concerns about the health of the world’s largest economy.

U.S. stock index futures were mixed Thursday morning.

At around 04:30 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 5 points, indicating a negative open of more than 6 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were slightly higher.

The moves in pre-market trade come amid heightened concerns about the health of the world’s largest economy. On Wednesday, unexpectedly weak retail sales data fuelled fears about a possible recession.

… Global economic data points to slower growth while the U.S. manufacturing sector is already contracting. In the center of those worries is the ongoing U.S.-China trade war, which is becoming increasingly uncertain.

In Europe, the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) said Thursday that it could not support the British government’s Brexit plans “as it stands.”

The announcement dealt a blow to the chances of Prime Minister Boris Johnson securing a Brexit deal, with only two weeks left before the world’s fifth-largest economy is scheduled to leave the European Union.

Data, earnings

Back in the U.S., investors are likely to closely monitor a flurry of economic data and earnings reports on Thursday.

The latest weekly jobless claims figures, housing starts for September, building permits for September and the Philadelphia Fed’s manufacturing index for October will be released at 8:30 a.m. ET. Industrial production data for September will follow slightly later in the session.

In corporate news, Morgan Stanley, Philip Morris and Union Pacific are among some of the major companies set to report earnings before the opening bell.

Intuitive Surgical, Bank OZK and First Financial are among those scheduled to report their latest quarterly figures after market close.

— CNBC’s Fred Imbert contributed to this report. CNBC CAPITAL MARKETS. Wallstreet, NEW YORK.

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Roberto Medina breakingnewsyucatan@gmail.com

Mérida, Yucatán

17 de Octubre, 2019.