Category: Logistics

Nanomoneo establishes biotech operation in Tucson

TUCSON – After a competitive, multi-state process, Nanomoneo, a biotechnology instrument company, announced today that it has selected the University of Arizona Center for Innovation in Tucson, Arizona for its new applied research...

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Construction sector fell 5.6% in Nuevo Leon

NUEVO LEON – During June, the income in real terms of Nuevo Leon's construction sector companies amounted to US$110 billion, a decrease of 565% with respect to the US$117 billion registered in May Figures from the Construction Companies...

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Alfagomma opens its plant in Torreón

TORREON – The Governor of Coahuila, Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, inaugurated the Alfagomma Plant in Torreon, in which US$15 million were invested, which shows that the entity provides certainty to investments The Italian company announced that...

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Juarez registered an annual inflation of 4.07%

JUAREZ – Pushed by rising food and electricity prices, Ciudad Juárez recorded an annual inflation of 407% during July, the highest level in the last 24 months According to the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) published by the National...

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Over-regulation will further prolong the economic crisis

JUAREZ – Excessive regulation of maquiladora companies, the only economic sector in Ciudad Juarez that is growing despite the pandemic, will further prolong the economic crisis resulting from COVID-19, said Isaac Leobardo Sánchez Juárez, an...

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Outsourcing has increased to 37.21% in Nuevo Leon

NUEVO LEON – According to the Economic Census of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), outsourcing has increased in Nuevo Leon; between 2014 and 2019 its share of employment grew from 206% to 22%, and by 2019 there...

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Taiwanese Chip Maker Arrives to Phoenix

Taiwan-based maker of silicon chips intends to build a major manufacturing plant in Phoenix that could bring more than 1,600 jobs, Governor Doug Ducey announced Even though Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world’s largest...

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Construction Companies Close in Baja California

At least 40% of small and medium-sized construction companies in Baja California had to close down amid the coronavirus pandemic because of the impossibility of maintaining their payroll and operating expenses, according to Víctor Manuel Escobar,...

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Prices of Medicine Go Up in Tijuana During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has driven up the prices of the most requested medical products Medicine and medical products have increased on average 10% in Tijuana pharmacies between January and June 2020, according to the National Institute...

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Coahuila, excellent place for meeting tourism

COAHUILA – With the support of governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís, Coahuila has consolidated itself as a destination full of strengths and leadership in education, foreign investment and productivity in the manufacturing and automotive...

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