What Changed to Finally Put LatAm on the Map of Tech Development?

Latin America is a vast region that covers every country below the US southern border, formed by 20 developing economies led by Brazil and Mexico, both with a GDP of over a trillion dollars. Most of these countries share the same language (except…
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Local academic weighs in on major railway project moving to Mexico

The Texas and Mexico border is indisputably one of the most important for trade in North American, and the recent cancellation of a railway between the two stemming from political issues seems to be the least favorable economic option. The…
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Regionalized supply chains: the key to resilience

The backlogs of ships at the ports, the overseas logistics delays, and the subsequent supply chain snarls of the past two years have been covered ad nauseam. But while issues at U.S. ports are beginning to stabilize, the pandemic has revealed…
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Baja California, líder de inversión nacional

El estado de Baja California se ha destacado por su aumento en la llegada de inversión extranjera y nacional. Su posición geográfica, es una de las ventaja que han observado diversas empresas multinacionales, mismas que han decidido establecer…
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Empresas de Alemania, Japón y EU cierran sus fábricas en Asia para irse al Bajío

China dejó de ser el centro manufacturero para 15 empresas de origen alemán, japonés y estadounidense, las cuales invertirán los próximos dos años cerca de 400 millones de dólares en León y El Bajío de México. Esa relocalización…
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Investing in Mexico: Seeing Opportunities in Industrial and Hotel

At the 2022 Spring Meeting in San Diego, panelists shared some of the opportunities they see in Mexico, while addressing some of the perceived challenges, both real and imagined. Blanca Rodriguez, director of finance and capital at Marhnos…
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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…