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Sonora is the entity least affected by COVID-19

SONORA – According to the State Economic Recovery Indicator (IREE) of the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (Imco), Sonora is the state least economically affected by COVID-19, since it has maintained a growth trend, and its dynamism has been...

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Hecho en Nuevo León will promote MSMEs

NUEVO LEON – With the idea of promoting electronic commerce among micro and small businesses in Nuevo León, the Ministry of Economy (Sedet) and Mercado Libre agreed to promote the Hecho en Nuevo León brand on this platform Through this...

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Nuevo León must maintain innovation in the industry

MONTERREY – The main challenge for Nuevo León is to maintain leadership in high-growth and innovative ventures, since it is common for entrepreneurship rates to increase during periods of crisis; however, it is mostly their low added value or...

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Chihuahua turns yellow at the epidemiological traffic light

CHIHUAHUA – Chihuahua state authorities reported that the entity will go to a yellow light at the epidemiological traffic light after a decrease in hospital occupancy and COVID-19 infections was reported The Secretary of Health, Eduardo...

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Corona acquires toilet plant in Ramos Arizpe

RAMOS ARIZPE – Corona, a Colombian multinational with 140 years of business history dedicated to the manufacture and commercialization of products for the home, construction, industry, agriculture and the energy sector, through its subsidiary...

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Business Community Rejects Import Tax on FTZ

By Wendy Fry Some border business groups are urging Congress not to reimpose an import tax on products made in congressionally authorized foreign trade zones, claiming lawmakers would be reinstating a duty provision that previously put them at a...

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Industrial Real Estate Booms at the U.S.-Mexico Border

By Nancy J Gonzalez The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) as well as the nearshoring and the growing e-commerce during the COVID-19 pandemic have been boosting real estate along the US-Mexico border The demand for industrial space...

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Maquiladora industry seeks to vaccinate its staff against COVID-19

JUAREZ – Maquiladora companies seek to vaccinate their employees in advance, so they seek to support the federal government in this task “Locally there are at least three interested companies, while there is another that internally already...

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Juárez closed 2020 with an inflation of 3.27%

JUAREZ – Driven by a rise in the price of food and alcoholic beverages, 2020 closed with an inflation of 327% in Ciudad Juárez According to the National Consumer Price Index, published by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography...

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Libertad de Monterrey dam registers an advance of 9%

MONTERREY – The Libertad dam is advancing at full speed, with the aim of reducing the construction of the 1,950-meter-long curtain from 1,090 to 800 days The work has a financial and physical progress of 11% and 9%, respectively, commented the...

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