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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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Parras de la Fuente will have a new industrial park

PARRAS – With an area of 40 hectares of land, the new Cactus Valley Parras industrial complex will seek to house non-polluting light industrial companies with minimal water consumption, with 15 industrial buildings Grupo Cactus Valley...

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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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The New USMCA: Key Issues, Challenges, and Impact on the Global Automotive Industry

GlobalAutoIndustrycom’s latest Audio Interview “The New USMCA: Key Issues, Challenges, and Impact on the Global Automotive Industry” features Leslie Alan Glick  Mr Glick is co-chair of the Butzel Long International Trade and Customs...

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Industry will invest US$45 million in vaccines against COVID-19

TIJUANA – The border productive sector, made up of the Maquiladora Industry in Tijuana, the National Chamber of Autotransport and the Association of Customs Agencies, will invest US$45 million in the purchase of vaccines against COVID-19,...

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Sonora will be supplier to Lucid Motors

SONORA – The governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich, announced the impulse of Sonoran companies after Cooper Standard and Faurecia became suppliers of Lucid Motors, an American company based in Casa Grande, Arizona According to Pavlovich,...

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Sonora expects export recovery in 2021

SONORA – It is expexted that until the first quarter of 2021 an economic recovery will begin in the maquiladora export manufacturing sector of Sonora, although growth of more than 1% is not expected, as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic...

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Border wall reaches 450 miles

EL PASO – The Donald Trump administration’s border wall has completed the promised 450 miles at the the end of his term and more are expected, said Mark Morgan, Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) He said that in El Paso, 130...

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