October 2015
Newsletter




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Positive signs for US-Mexico cross border material flow


Mexico is set to be the United States' largest trading partner by 2018. Last year, 20 years after the NAFTA agreement was signed, trade between the two countries hit $592 billion, closing in on the $660 billion in trade between the US and Canada..

The automotive industry is a big part of that and is the largest and fastest growing industry in Mexico right now. But to take over Canada as the main trading partner for the US and maintain the pace of growth in the car sector, Mexico needs to address some nagging problems, including border delays, problems with the visibility of freight in transit and challenges to the infrastructure...



The Lear Corporation company, car seats assembler, announced the installation of a new plant in the City of Fresnillo, Zacatecas, with an investment of US$14.2 million and a creation of 1,400 jobs.


 

It is expected to start operations by 2017. Oscar Dominguez Villa, COO of the Company, explained that there may be potential for growth if proper working conditions are presented...
 

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There was an increase of 0.2% overall compared to the same month of 2014.


 
The international air cargo traffic, according to IATA grew by 0.5% over the previous year, while domestic traffic fell 1.3% last year...

 

 

  
The state of Chiapas is working on the development of the logistics platform Llano San Juan, which would boost the productive activity of enterprises by optimizing times and transfers goods.

 


 

Ovidio Cortazar, state head Ministry of Economy, who said identified significant potential to develop the platform at the old airport Llano San Juan...

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Vehicle production in Mexico rose 4.1 percent in September while exports fell 1.7 percent on Tuesday said the Mexican Association of Automotive Industry (AMIA)

Mexico sends most of its production of cars to the US, its main trading partner under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)...


 

 
Index - Mexicom

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Statistical information of international trade in Mexico

Did you know?...

Traditional Food Festival in Morelia

 

Run, don't walk to the next Michoacan Traditional Food Festival (Cocineras Tradicionales) at the Convention Center in Morelia. The entrance is a stairway to heaven and you are about to eat food fit for gods and goddesse...

 

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Swimming with whale sharks in Cancun: An underwater safari

About 25 miles off Cancun's northeastern coast, past Isla Mujeres and far into the Caribbean waters, some of the largest known sea creatures loll their summers away. They are whale sharks, a gray-and-white spotted fish that can measure up to 40 feet long and weigh more than 15 tons. That's bigger than many dinosaurs... 

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