Category: Export

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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U.S. Natural Gas Exports Rise as Mexico’s Pipeline System Grows

By Nancy J Gonzalez The completion of the southernmost segment of the Wahalajara system, the Villa de ReyesAguascalientes-Guadalajara (VAG) pipeline, will increase the exports of natural gas to Mexico by pipeline, according to US Energy...

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Juarez transporters lost US$3.5 million in May

JUAREZ – According to statistics from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), during the confinement caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in May, local transporters had losses of US$35 million In May 2019, the maquiladora...

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Mexican exports increased in June

MEXICO – After four setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the country's exports increased 7557% per month during June, an unprecedented increase Also, imports increased 2224%, its best result since records began On the other hand, figures...

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Railroad blockade affects industry in Sonora: AMF

SONORA – The railroad blockade in Sonora has affected several industries, such as automotive, cement, steel, mining and agriculture, said the Mexican Association of Railways (AMF) The AMF reported that the blockades on the railroad tracks by...

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COVID-19 decreased 32% of foreign trade revenues

CIUDAD JUAREZ — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, during May Ciudad Juarez Border Customs received almost US$44 million less in foreign trade than it did during the same period of 2019 According to data from the Tax Administration Service...

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Exports grew 760% with NAFTA

MEXICO – Thanks to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexican exports diversified and grew almost eight times According to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) and the Bank of Mexico, in 1994, when...

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Volatile US-Mexico auto industry disrupts border trucking capacity

MEXICO - As the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit auto supply chains hard, trucking capacity has been volatile at key ports of entry along the United States-Mexico border According to FreightWaves’ SONAR platform, in Laredo, Texas,...

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Exports to the U.S. have their worst drop since 1986

MEXICO – Merchandise exports from Mexico to the United States fell 535% last May, its worst result since 1986 at an annual rate, while imports also had a historic decline of 537% in said month Data from the Department of Commerce show that the...

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Steel exports to the U.S. fell 10.28% in May

MEXICO – In May Mexico exported to the United States US$188 billion in steel products for consumption, a drop of US$216 billion, 1028% less than the US$210 billion of the same month in 2019, reported the US Census Bureau In volume, exports...

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