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U.S. Companies Leave China and Travel South to Mexico

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Packing Tape Practical Joke by Lenore Edman

Packing Tape Practical Joke by Lenore Edman U.S. companies that rushed to China in the early 2000s to expand their production are now considering moving back to North America, Mexico to be precise. One of the reasons behind the sudden shift is the rapidly increasing labor costs in the Asian country. The other is the eagerness of Mexican workers and the government itself to make the most from the...

US Trade with Mexico Doubles between 2009 and 2012

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Satellite Sees Earthquake Region in Southwestern Mexico by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Satellite Sees Earthquake Region in Southwestern Mexico by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center The Yucatan Times reports that Mexico is the United States’ second largest trading partner with about USD 500 billion worth of goods and services transferred across its borders. The outcome is considered to be the result of stronger ties established through numerous visits to Mexico City, five of which...

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Speaks to American Chamber of Commerce

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Mexico: Dinero, Peso, Moneda by Speaking Latino

Photo credit: Mexico: Dinero, Peso, Moneda by Speaking Latino “U.S. and Mexican companies do not simply sell products to one another, they build products together”, says Ambassador E. Anthony Wayne The U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, who spoke to the American Chamber of Commerce earlier this month, emphasised how the two countries are linked together through bonds of friendship and economy that run...

U.S. and Mexico Deeply Linked By Trade

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Photo credit: WTC Ciudad De Mexico by Armando Argandar When North Americans and people from other parts of the world think of Mexico, one of the first things that they may think of, sadly, is the security situation in the country caused by drug traffickers and associated gangs.  However, smart investors and businessmen know that Mexico is quickly becoming an economic powerhouse due to the Spanish...

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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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