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13 in Mexico City, according to the Ministry of economy. In a statement, he explained that the meeting is headed by the Undersecretary of Foreign Trade, Juan Carlos Baker Pineda, and the Deputy General Director of commerce of the European Commission, Mauro Petriccione. He explained that during the ...

It's a welcome development to trade advocates at a time when the future of cross-border commerce is uncertain. ... Most air cargo flies in the belly of passenger flights and will enter Mexico through commercial flights between Asia and Tijuana, then be processed in the facility and dispersed to other locations ...
Mexico City (Reuters) - Mercado Libre, Latin America's home-grown e-commerce firm, said on Thursday that it would open two large distribution centers ... The distribution centers, which total 1.4 million square feet (130,000 square meters), are located in the State of Mexico, which surrounds Mexico City.
$17 billion | Value of the Mexican eCommerce market. Players like Amazon and Walmart are working to cut themselves a larger chunk of that pie, and they are doing so by introducing "hybrid payment systems" that accommodate cash-based transactions for online purchases. After all, all told, roughly 90 percent of Mexico's ...
Mexico's Antitrust Commission (COFECE) has initiated an investigation regarding abuse of dominance within the e-commerce market in Mexico. ... The investigation was announced February 1 pursuant to publications made on that date in the Mexican Official Gazette as well as on COFECE's website.

The promotion of strategic natural gas inventories in Mexico should pave the way for a commercial storage business to emerge from the country's ... To value storage commercially, Ortiz Mena said the market would need a "better reading" of demand seasonality on the Mexican gas pipelines that have ...
According to Elliot Burman from Mexico News Network, marijuana legalization could generate the Mexican economy an additional 60 billion USD a year. The deregulation of marijuana could generate an industry of up to $ 60 billion dollars in Mexico, according to estimates by the National Traffic Light ...
Avocados from Mexico doesn't believe in walls. But biodomes are a different matter. In this ad, they've sealed the good in only to realize people suck and nothing is ever good enough for them and they freak out about the everything.
Avocados from Mexico decided to tap into a very '90s theme -- the bio-dome -- for the company's 60-second Super Bowl ad. At the beginning of the commercial, the leader of the dome community explains to the inhabitants that they've "sealed the bad out and the good in." The people have plenty of ...
Avocados from Mexico, a company that sells Avocados from Mexico, has emerged as a consistent Super Bowl advertiser in recent years. This time around they're going for the chaos approach, as this ad features a bunch of people freaking out because they don't have chips to pair with their avocados.
Mexico's federal antitrust commission Cofece is investigating e-commerce platforms operating in the country, as these could be engaging in monopolistic practices .
e-commerce accounts for slightly more than 3 percent of all retail sales in Mexico, where shoppers fear credit card fraud and are often paid in cash. But there has been a scramble to gain market share among Mexico's middle and upper classes. Top players in the Mexican online e-commerce space include ...
Aiming to beat last year's 7.5 billion media impressions with its new Super Bowl 52 commercial, Avocados from Mexico is receiving good buzz about its 30-second "#GuacWorld" spot. ... Mexican avocado suppliers have delivered good volume to the market in anticipation of the Super Bowl, he said.
That question creates an existential crisis of sorts in Avocados From Mexico's Super Bowl ad. The spot shows a group of people who have created a bubbled world, sealing good things like avocados in with them and locking out the bad. The idyll can't last, of course, and chaos ensues when the bubblers ...
Chuck Rentschler, received the 2017 C.R. Stribling Jr. Community Service Award at the Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting and dinner auction on Friday. This is the top award presented during the evening. Rentschler has lived in Mexico since 1963, and graduated from Mexico High ...
... States, Mexico and Canada are in the province's metropolis. For instance, on Monday, the Greater Kansas City Chamber of commerce and nine other U.S. Chambers of Commerce joined their Canadian and Mexican counterparts at an event organized by the Montreal Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.

On Sunday, the president tweeted praise of the automaker, which is shifting production of some pickups from Mexico to a U.S. factory. ... "Chrysler, as an example, is leaving Mexico and coming back to the USA. ... Instead it will use the plant to build commercial vehicles that it will sell around the world.
The United States and Mexico are investigating if U.S. federal air marshals could be placed on commercial cross-border flights, a new report says. Shortly after the Sept. 11, 2011, attacks on the U.S., Mexico said it would put Mexican security agents on various flights. However, U.S. officials were barred from ...
Actor Chris Elliot has been chosen for the first Avocados from Mexico TV commercial of the year, as the organization aims to boost consumption in the lead up to the biggest sporting event in the U.S. calendar. The commercial for the Super Bowl 2018 shows the actor known for his comedic sketches on Late ...
According to the Pew Charitable Trust, about 100 million sharks die from commercial fishing each year, with thresher sharks making up a large portion of the supply. Demand for shark products is high, and large shark fins can garner a higher price. The organization writes that thresher sharks, along with ...
Javier Castillo inspects a Mexican tractor-trailer at ADOT's inspection facility in Nogales, Ariz. In December, no ... Commercial truck drivers in Mexico who go through a new Arizona cross-border program are less likely to be flagged for safety violations when they show up at ports of entry, officials said.
Another year, another Super Bowl, another Avocados From Mexico commercial that is just way too…extra. This time around, a teaser for the actual spot shows beloved oddball actor Chris Elliott, 57, in a white turtleneck, almost as a self-help guru. "If your life just terrible? I know how that feels," he says.
The teaser is giving us a taste of how weird and funny the Avocados From Mexico Super Bowl 2018 ad might be. The tagline of the teaser is "You deserve more." Elliott appears in weird settings talking about that you deserve more avocado. In one scene he cries. Shedding tears starts to become a theme of ...
Avocados from Mexico has tapped actor Chris Elliott to promote the versatility of the produce. In a teaser for the trade group's Super Bowl commercial released Wednesday morning, Elliott says, "I don't know who you are, but you deserve more: more beauty, more joy, and more Avocados From Mexico on ...
Mexican stocks offer a unique opportunity to benefit from an emerging market with a growing consumer class, and an increase in the value of the Mexican peso against the ... One thing that I like most about Wal-Mart de Mexico is its opportunity to capture significant share of a budding e-commerce market.
Drivers enrolled in the program must pass two exams, one in a classroom and one on a truck. Since last summer, ADOT has taught the course across the border, in Mexico. If and when drivers pass the course, they can use the app, "WhatsApp," to get in touch with inspectors before they cross the border in ...
The El Limon-Guajes Mine began operations in December of 2015 and announced commercial gold production on March 30, 2016. ... The blockade at ELG led by the National Union of Mine, Metal, steel and Allied workers of the Mexican Republic, known as Los Mineros, began on November 3, 2017.
Washington, D.C., Jan. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) will be hosting a Q&A discussion with former President of Mexico Vicente Fox as he offers his unique insight into President Donald Trump and the current state of American politics. Hosted by USHCC ...
The New Mexican and several community partners will host a mayoral debate Thursday night at the Lensic Performing arts Center. ... the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce, the Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of commerce and Hutton Broadcasting, will emphasize business and economic development.
A new Mexican restaurant is adding some heat to South Commercial. Taqueria Garcia, a traditional taco shop, has opened in the former Maya Maya Pacific Grill location on South Commercial and Keubler, next to Sammies bar. Co-owner Gustavo Garcia, who has worked at FairWay and Los dos Amigos, ...
Fiat Chrysler said it would create 2,500 jobs at a factory in Warren, Michigan, near Detroit and invest $1 billion in the facility. The Mexican plant will be "repurposed to produce future commercial vehicles" for sale global markets. Mexico has free trade agreements with numerous countries. Fiat Chrysler Chief ...
The US State Department's latest travel advisory for Mexico cautions Americans to avoid five of Mexico's 32 states because of crime and violence -- a ... into many sectors of public life, preying on residents and local commerce -- including private businesses and public enterprises, like the energy industry.
Five Jones Day Mexico City lawyers, including high-profile partner Luis Rubio Barnetche, have jumped to Holland & Knight's office in Mexico City, where Rubio ... In addition, Rubio has represented foreign public companies and their Mexican Subsidiaries in the implementation of policies to comply with the ...
Lastly, e-commerce is also expected to benefit from the Skybridge initiative. Currently, just over half of Mexico's population has internet access, while only two out of three users are online shoppers. Despite those numbers, the Mexican market spent almost $300 billion on e-commerce goods in 2017.
U.S. Department of Commerce data showed that 11,188,000 Mexican tourists visited the U.S. from January to August last year, representing a 7.6 percent drop compared to the same period in 2016 and the lowest total of the last seven years. Meanwhile, the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that ...
But federal authorities say Mexican drug cartels are propping up black-market marijuana farms like this all across Northern California. ... A study by the University of Pacific in nearby Stockton found that more than 740 commercial growers in the area generated nearly $400 million in sales and labor income ...
Doug Ducey today introduced SkyBridge Arizona - a joint U.S.-Mexico Customs clearance service based at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa - at the 2018 Legislative ... Mexican consumers made nearly $300 billion e-commerce purchases last year and that number grows annually by 17 percent.
According to article 16 of the Mexican Commercial Insolvency Law (in Spanish "Ley de Concursos Mercantiles"), a foreign company can be declared under insolvency in Mexico, but only regarding the branches and goods located in Mexican territory. Yet, if a cross border insolvency proceeding has been ...
It is hoped the move will enable e-commerce companies and manufacturers conducting business in Mexico and throughout Latin America to more ... The facility, which will also include office, commercial and industrial space has a 15-year build out plan, will include 800,000 sq ft of air cargo operations.
Donaldson says this in the commercial: "Jeff will invest a billion of New Mexico's 23 billion in rainy-day funds to create 225,000 new jobs, help small ... Legislators would have to vote to put his proposal on the ballot, then the people of New Mexico and the Congress of the United States would have to ...
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Dec. 7, celebrated the opening of the Los Pinos Mexican Food restaurant. The business is located at 1245 White Spar Road. Los Pinos is receiving rave reviews online and word has it the enchiladas are great. Long-time residents will recall the restaurant ...
As trade negotiators prepare to meet in Mexico this week, Wall Street is increasingly worried the 23-year-old NAFTA trade deal could fall apart, creating the potential for new trade clashes in North America and around the globe. analysts say tough "America first" trade last week raised new concerns about ...
"This statement is not part of a Mexican negotiating strategy, but rather a principle of national sovereignty and dignity." While Trump said repeatedly on the campaign trail that Mexico would pay for the wall, he has largely dropped that applause line since taking office. Yet amid Republican celebrations over ...
The Otay Mesa Port of Entry is the second busiest U.S commercial port of entry on the Mexican border, with an average of more than 3,500 truck ... "It will also enhance national security for both countries demonstrating both the United States and Mexico's commitment in facilitating cross-border commerce.".
Amazon will grow online revenues in Mexico to $502 million in 2017, up 106% year-over-year (YoY), according to a Euromonitor report cited by Reuters. These figures ... Competition is likely to ramp up as Mexico's e-commerce market grows, making it difficult for Amazon to maintain its lead. E-commerce ...
Mexico City, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Mexico views its economic relationship with China with optimism, with e-commerce to help spur those ties, according to Paulo Carreno, general director of Mexican trade promotion agency ProMexico. "We are very optimistic about what can happen with China next year ...
They were also joined by Under Secretary Juan Carlos Baker of the Mexican Ministry of economy and Director General Nicole David of the Mexican Ministry of Energy. "The energy sector in North America has undergone a revolution in recent years, and developments in the United States and Mexico ...
El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V., which conducted its first e-commerce transaction in 1997, is spending just a fraction of the amount of Amazon.com Inc, Mercado Libre Inc and Wal-Mart de Mexico SAB on bolstering Internet operations in Mexico. Instead, its shares have tumbled to a five-year low amid ...
Leaders of 27 metropolitan Chambers of Commerce from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico will gather in Montreal on Monday to send a strong message that ... The meeting, which is an initiative of the Canadian Global Cities Council, will see eight Canadian, eleven American and eight Mexican chambers in ...


 

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