Category: Export

Mexico approves the USMCA

MEXICO CITY – The Senate of the Republic in extraordinary session ratified the USMCA agreement, with 114 votes in favor, 4 against and 3 abstentions The ratification of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) by the Mexican Senate...

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Agricultural sanitation boosts bovine meat’s exports in Nuevo Leon

MONTERREY – The compliance with sanitary standards allows Nuevo Leon to export 65,000 tons of beef per year, worth US$75 billion, stated Rafael Hernandez Benitez, general coordinator of Seguridad Sanitaria de la Secretaría de Desarrollo...

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U.S. investment moves forward in Sonora

SONORA – The water infrastructure works that the United States Government has financed in 12 of the 22 modules that operate in the Mexicali Valley and San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, are nearly finished The investment is about US$20 million and...

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Steel tariff cancellation will benefit Mexico

CIUDAD JUAREZ – After the US government's decision to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum from Mexico and Canada, the impact on the country's economy will be positive and will be reflected significantly on this border, stated Armando Prado Rojas,...

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US-China trade war hits California’s wine industry

CALIFORNIA – California grape growers will receive aid from the federal government to ease the impact of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration and China The Department of Agriculture has announced a $16-billion aid package that will go to...

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U.S. lifts steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico

US – President Donald Trump lifted steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico, a move designed to ease one area of tensions even as the President's wider trade agenda faces an uncertain future A joint statement from the US and Canadian...

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U.S. China trade negotiations impacts West Texas cotton industry

LUBBOCK – Trade negotiations between the United States and China halted this week, forcing many American industries to face uncertainty, including agriculture Steve Verett, Executive Vice President of Plains Cotton Growers, noted the market does...

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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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