Category: Export

Matamoros border returns to normality

MATAMOROS – Foreign trade in Matamoros is completely normalized, after customs personnel arrived in the International Bridge Ignacio Zaragoza, according to the director of Asociación de Maquiladoras, Roberto Mattus Rivera He stated that...

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The free zone boosts northern border industry

MEXICO – The federal program of free zone, the development of infrastructure, plus a deep political coordination between state and municipal governments, are the main factors that caused the country's northern border to became the most dynamic...

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Maquiladora exports start to stabilize

CIUDAD JUAREZ – As a cause of the revision of export lanes being applied by US customs, exports are flowing in an acceptable way which has allowed the finished product and raw material sent by local maquiladoras to their US customers to arrive...

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U.S. imposes a 17.5% tariff on Mexican tomatoes

MEXICO CITY — The Secretary of Economy (SE) expressed its disappointment and concern about the decision of the US Department of Commerce to eliminate the application of the Agreement on Suspension of Antidumping Investigation to Mexican Tomato...

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U.S.-China conflict benefits northern border

CIUDAD JUAREZ – The commercial tension between the United States and China has caused international exporting firms to install their operations mainly in industrial ships of Ciudad Juarez and Monterrey in order to send their products to the United...

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USMCA would bring thousands of jobs: Colef

TIJUANA – The North American Free Trade Agreement (USMCA) would bring thousands of jobs to the country and promote more exports internationally, assured the researcher from Colegio de la Frontera Norte (Colef) Alejandro Díaz Bautista The...

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Mexico flags U.S. border delays as detrimental to both countries

MEXICO – Mexicos Foreign Ministry said that speeding up the flow of goods on the border is a matter of urgency and that slowdowns are detrimental to both economies after bottlenecks have held up trade following a row over migration Delays along...

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Mexico is now the largest U.S. trading partner

MEXICO – The President Donald Trump has threatened to rip up NAFTA To shut the border with Mexico To impose tariffs on the thriving car industry in Mexico “They’re killing us on jobs and trade,” he said as a candidate And yet, two years...

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