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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...

Welcome to the Fiberhood

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Mario at Google Fiber - Kansas City, MO by UCFFool

Photo credit: Mario at Google Fiber – Kansas City, MO by UCFFool According to recent publication of OECD on internet speed, Japan and Sweden are the fastest countries with the impressive advertised average download 149,616 and 101,807 kbit/s, respectively. The US is at a 27,563 kbit/s speed. Mexico, has 5,325 kbit/s. Since July 26, 2012, Google is officially challenging internet speed in...

Telecom Equipment Treaty for Canada and Mexico

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Networking Switch by felixtriller.

Photo credit: Networking Switch by felixtriller. Effective as from June 1, 2012, the Canada-Mexico Treaty acknowledges standard evaluation proceedings for telecom equipment. This will facilitate imports/exports between these two countries. This Treaty does not cover electric security and is only usable for testing labs approved by their respective Governments. A year ago, the same Treaty with US...

Today was officially published Mexico-US Treaty for Mutual Acknowledgement of Telecom Equipment. Here are the highlights.

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Gigabit LAN Netzwerk Switch by Dirk Vorderstraße

Photo credit: Gigabit LAN Netzwerk Switch by Dirk Vorderstraße

Based on NAFTA provisions, US and Mexico signed a Treaty for acknowledging standard evaluation proceedings for telecom equipment. This means easier imports/exports between these two countries. This Treaty does not cover electric security and is only usable for testing labs approved by their respective Governments.

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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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