Category: Export

Chihuahua’s exports registered an increase of 7.97%

MEXICO – The local shipment of goods by land to the United States during February this year, recorded an annual increase of 797% Despite some maquila companies had problems with their supply chains as a result of Covid-19 during said month,...

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Export industries urgently need to be reactivated: Concamin

MEXICO – The Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Concamin) called on the federal government to ensure that global chains such as the automotive, aircraft and electronics industries are considered essential and approved by their trading partners;...

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Exports fell 11% in January

CIUDAD JUAREZ – The dynamism that Juárez maintained in the shipment of merchandise to the United States stopped in January of this year According to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, in January 2020 the town...

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Coronavirus could boost Mexican meat exports

MEXICO – In the midst of the coronavirus alert, Mexican beef exports could increase by more than 40% for this year, due to food security and the rumor about the food market in Wuhan City China’s purchases represent about 4% of Mexican beef...

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PORT-LAREDO operated more than US$225 billion in 2018

LAREDO – The World Trade Bridge (WTB) is the main operating structure in PORT-LAREDO, which reached a traffic of 16,000 trailers per day this year from the 14,000 registered the previous year, as indicated by executives of the same port The...

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Mexican agricultural exports reach US$28 billion

MEXICO – The value of Mexico’s agri-food exports had an annual increase of 91% in the first nine months of this year, compared to the same period of 2018, after reaching US$28 billion, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development...

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Exports to the U.S. are being expedited

TIJUANA – The signing of the “International Garita Heavy Vehicles and Foreign Trade Corridor Agreement” will allow merchandise to be transported in a more agile manner, which will reduce waiting times at the Ports of Entry The head of the...

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The U.S. prohibits the passage of Mexican chili peppers and tomatoes

CIUDAD JUAREZ – At the end of November of this year, it will be prohibited until further notice that cross-border travelers introduce chili peppers and tomatoes from Mexico to the United States through the ports of entry The measure will apply...

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Tijuana exported more than US$6.3 billion in the first half of 2019

TIJUANA – According to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), for the period of January through August 2019, Tijuana’s maquiladora industry drives the growth of exports from Baja California In this sense,...

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Mexico has not taken advantage of the commercial war, says Amexport

MEXICO – Because Mexico does not have some certificates for human consumption products, as well as the lack of professionalization among small and medium enterprises, the country has not been able to fully exploit the potential it has because of...

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