Category: Agreements

CaliBaja Seeks Collaboration as U.S.-Mexico Relations Sour

By Wendy Fry While international relations between the US and Mexico sour, regional border leaders are stepping up to strengthen the relationship between San Diego and Tijuana The two border cities have long valued their collaboration with...

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Electricity Reform might jeopardize investments in Nuevo León

NUEVO LEON – Last year, the clean energy projects in Nuevo León had four parks in operation and three in process, with an investment of US $ 18 billion, and the generation of 15,000 jobs, announced Governor Jaime Rodríguez Calderón However,...

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The U.S. will seek to include Mexico in a new alliance against China

MEXICO – In spite of the change in the US president, trade tensions between China and the US will continue, but unlike the government of Donald Trump, this time it will seek to include Mexico in the conflict, warned a Mexican Senate...

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U.S. prepares labor dispute against Mexico

MONTERREY – As soon as Joe Biden takes position as president of the United States, the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrialized Organizations (AFL-CIO) will initiate a labor dispute against Mexico for breach of the USMCA...

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Mexico Legalizes Recreational Pot

By Wendy Fry Mexican federal lawmakers have been ordered by a court to make rules by mid- December that would essentially legalize marijuana, making the country the largest market in the world for legal, recreational pot and creating the...

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President Proposes Energy Deal

MEXICO – Sempra Energy needs one final permit from the Mexican federal government before it can proceed in the expansion of a liquefied natural gas, or LNG, facility near Ensenada At a news conference, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador...

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Green Pace Financial will finance the construction of a multi-family project in San Diego

SAN DIEGO – Green Pace Financial and its affiliate Hoover Financial closed the US$347 million in Commercial PACE approved construction financing to complete the construction of a 53 Unit Class A Multifamily development plus 45,000...

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New Mexico proposes US$25 million economic stimulus package for tourism industry

SANTA FE – Gov Michelle Lujan Grisham has proposed a US$25 million special appropriation as an economic stimulus package for the New Mexico tourism industry in response to the COVID-19 pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic created widespread...

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BioDuro and Sundia Partnered

SAN DIEGO – San Diego-based BioDuro, a global life science research and development organization backed by Advent International, and Sundia, a leading contract research and manufacturing organization, announced that they have partnered to create...

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Texas announces Mexico will meet water delivery

EL PASO – Greg Abbott, governor of Texas, announced that Mexico will meet its obligations to the state under the Use of the Waters of the Colorado, Tijuana, and Rio Grande Rivers (Water Treaty), which was signed on February 3rd, 1944 The...

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