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Mexico’s Border Bonanza Shows U.S. Importers Looking Outside China

Mexico’s economy appeared to limp into 2022. But factory-filled states along the U.S. border are thriving, with the country’s exports surpassing $80 billion in the first two months of the year. Due to strong U.S. demand and a revival…

International Inbound Demand, Growing Domestic Sectors Boost Business Travel in Mexico

MEXICO CITY — As business and group travel recovers in Mexico and international inbound travel resumes, hoteliers are pivoting to take advantage of growing bleisure trends and getting their hotels in the best shape to attract returning business…

Manufacturing and R&D: How did Mexico Become the Rising Star on the Global Stage?

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Manufacturing and R&D: How did Mexico Become the Rising Star on the Global Stage?” features Gary Swedback. Mr. Swedback is CEO of NAI Mexico and NAI PanAmericas, part of the NAI Global…

Ciudad Juárez es la cuarta ciudad con mayor demanda industrial

Durante el 2021, Ciudad Juárez se posicionó en cuarto lugar en cuanto a la demanda bruta industrial acumulada, informó Solili en un comunicado. Este mercado industrial fronterizo, solo fue superado por Monterrey, CDMX y Tijuana. Ciudad…

China is on a Global Warehouse Spree

Between January 2020 and December 2021, Chinese firms doubled the number of overseas warehouses they operate from around 1,000 to over 2,000, according to figures reported by state media. A series of recent policy documents makes clear that…
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¿Qué beneficios brindan Parques Industriales a usuarios?

En Bienes Raíces tenemos un dicho – Location, lotacion, location -- y es que es lo más importante al tomar una decisión respecto RE es evaluar siempre la ubicación. En el sector Industrial, las empresas se encuentran con la opción de…
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Global Market Trends & Predictions for the Year - Mexico & The Caribbean

In 2021, Mexico was NFL season tickets, a Premier League football match, the Met Gala, and a Formula1 race, all rolled into one. The sign said ‘sold out’ and yet global firms kept arriving to the standing room-only country, hoping for admission.…
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Border corridor sees spike in jobs, international trade and sales tax collection

El Paso, Las Cruces,and Juarez add a combined 35,000 year-over-year jobs in October, Hunt Institute says. The jobs are coming back to the Paso del Norte region. El Paso, Las Cruces, New Mexico, and particularly Juarez, Mexico, saw an uptick…
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Mexico could benefit from China’s exclusion from supply chains

The chunks metal being worked on do not look terribly special. But the factory of Aerospace, a chemical-processing firm in Tijuana, hints at Mexico’s importance to global supply chains. These are components, from tray tables to door parts,…