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What Would the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Mean for Mexico?

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Water under the bridge, little rock arch, splash of the Pacific Ocean, South Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

Photo credit: Water under the bridge, little rock arch, splash of the Pacific Ocean, South Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico by Wonderlane In 2012, the nine countries comprising the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) embraced Mexico as a tenth member before Canada and Japan. U.S. officials commented that all members – United States, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Chile, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and...

Honda Announces New Investment in Mexico

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Honda Civic 1,8 Type-S iShift by Dirk Vorderstraße

Photo credit: Honda Civic 1,8 Type-S iShift by Dirk Vorderstraße One of Mexico’s most strategic economic allies is Japan, and thanks to new rounds of talks and agreements, Japanese companies will be investing heavily in Mexico in the coming months. According to Ildefonso Guajardo, the Mexican Minister of Economy, who met with the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Japan is especially...

Opportunities for Chinese Companies in Mexico

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Photo credit: chinese_new_year003 by Mark Eslick Mexico’s economy is growing; in 2012 economic growth was 3.9 percent, and it is expected to continue growing.  Foreign companies are seeing that Mexico is a great place to conduct business for several reasons, and although there is no free trade agreement between Mexico and China as of yet, there are plenty of opportunities for Chinese companies in...

Mexico’s 3.9 percent Economic Growth in 2012 Expected to Continue

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Photo credit: Bolsa Mexicana de Valores by mykewithwai Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), translated as the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, has recently stated to the public that the country’s economy, due to a rise in agricultural sector activity, grew by 3.9 percent in 2012. The growth in the economy corresponded to projections made by the Mexican...

Japan auto-sector focusing more on Mexico

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Toyota by Daniel

Photo credit: Toyota by Daniel Japanese car-makers, squeezed by the strength of the yen and the high cost of vehicle production in Japan, are increasingly turning to Mexico to manufacture their automobiles.  Mexico’s car export industry therefore, has boomed. One of Nissan’s busiest factories worldwide is located in Aguascalientes in central Mexico.  Nissan Mexicana vice president Armando Avila...

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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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