Category: Export

Mexico stands out as an attractive U.S. exporter

MEXICO – Aspects such as a better location, low labor costs and manufacturing supply chains, give Mexico an advantage over China to gain participation in imports made by the United States, according to an analysis by Bank of America (BofA) In...

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Rail transport is paralyzed in Chihuahua

CHIHUAHUA – Currently, at least 14,200 shipments have been paralyzed due to the blockade on the train tracks that have been maintained by residents in Meoqui, Chihuahua for the last month Railroads are blocked by protesters who are protesting...

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Exports in Juarez face obstacles

JUAREZ – Although Mexico is the United States' main trading partner, the treatment it receives at international bridges for the export of goods is not the friendliest, said Manuel Sotelo, president of the Association of Transporters He said...

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Chihuahua has lost about US$10 billion due to the farmers’ protests

CHIHUAHUA – Protests in Chihuahua over a 1944 water treaty with the United States are paralyzing sectors of the economy as farmers and ranchers angry over the deviation of water have blocked railway tracks in Meoqui since August 26, costing...

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Roadblock on highway to Juarez affects exports: Index

VILLA AHUMADA – The president of Index, Luis Carlos Ramírez López, expressed his concern about the blockade kept by Villa Ahumada's inhabitants on Ciudad Juarez's highway, since this seriously affects the exports from the United States and if...

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Exports from Juarez to the U.S. fall

JUAREZ – During the first semester of 2020, Ciudad Juarez stopped exporting more than US$55 billion in merchandise to the United States, due to the effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on the maquiladora industry Figures from the National...

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Restrictions on Mexican agricultural products could lead to a trade war with the United States

US – Legislators, exporters, and importers are debating the impact that the United States' intention to restrict imports of Mexican agricultural products could have, as this measure could even lead to a trade war In a second hearing organized...

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Railroad blockade ends in Sonora

SONORA – Finally, the blockade that stopped rail traffic in Sonora ended, affecting Ferromex, the concessionaire of this route This blockade, which began in early August, kept about 83,500 tons of imports and exports stopped This translates...

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Railroad blockade in Sonora wreaks havoc on manufacturing industry

SONORA – Delays and significant economic losses in manufacturing exports are being experienced due to the blockades in southern Sonora, carried out by members of the Yaqui ethnic group on the railroads and Federal Highway 15 This was denounced...

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CCE seeks to boost exports

MONTERREY — In order to take full advantage of the opportunities offered by the United States, Mexico and Canada Agreement (USMCA), the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) will develop an analysis that will identify in a timely manner the...

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