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Automekanika Mexico 2018

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Last week, Mexico City hosted Automekanika, the autoshow with the signature of Messe Frankfurt. It is a great place to network and gather intel on auto industry. It is common ground for all people involved in the auto industry the integration of manufacturing and supply chain in North America. International interest in Mexico keeps growing due to structure of market here. Numbers and achievements...

The 2014 Year in Review

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2014 is done. Business in Mexico was quite active in response to reforms in progress by Peña Nieto Administration. Some industries like energy, telecom, antitrust and financial services are on the spotlight, but all together with education, tax and judicial pretend to set a backbone for a new Mexican economy. Of course, foreign investment caps were reduced in some areas. Mexico kept investment...

Mexico’s Next Task: To Assemble an Aerospace Hub

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Mexico is building an auto nation. I wrote about it here. However, another of its manufacture industries is increasing global visibility. Aerospace manufacturing has been growing steadily in Mexico over the last decade. Whereas the number of aerospace factories was 150 in 2007, it reached 260 factories in 2011 and is expected to grow to 300 by the end of 2014. As a result, aerospace exports would...

This is why Mexico Has Become the Leading Global Manufacturing Hub

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Mexico finally starts setting its path towards a strong economy. With many structural reforms to its Constitution, especially the finally-approved energy reforms which benefit both the country and foreign investors, the Latin American country is quickly beating China and becoming the manufacturing base of many companies. Even Chinese companies are looking for opportunities in Mexico. This may...

Mexico Economic Transformation Presents Ideal Opportunity for California

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The economic transformation brought on by President Enrique Peña Nieto’s energy reforms are expected to impact more than Mexico itself. Different countries, including the United States, welcomed the changes, especially as they allow foreign investment in energy sectors after more than seven decades of nationalization. However, while opening many doors to Mexico’s northern neighbor, California...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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