15Mar

Nearshoring Fuels Mexican Manufacturing Growth

Security concerns don't yet appear to be putting a major dent in Mexico's appeal to manufacturers. Here's why. Closer, cheaper, friendlier. That might have been the formula underlying moving to or opening manufacturing operations in Mexico.

Posted in Nearshoring/Offshoring

15Mar

20% of Mexican firms will provide employment

Manufacturing, mining and extraction , the sectors that will hire more from April to June: Manpower, three out of four employers expect to maintain their organizations intact.

Posted in Manufacturing in Mexico

15Mar

Mexican Auto Sector Willing to Accept Quotas on Exports to Brazil

MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s automobile industry said it is willing to accept temporary quotas on its exports to Brazil as long as the restrictions are lifted after a period of no more than three years.

Posted in Automotive

15Mar

Mexico: Splits rattle ruling PAN party before election

MEXICO CITY — The unity that helped Mexico’s ruling conservatives end seven decades of one-party rule is cracking under the weight of infighting, scandal and defections that threaten their hopes of retaining the presidency in July.

Posted in Politic / Economic issues

15Mar

Mexico Stocks, Peso Gain Slightly On US Optimism

MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--Mexican stocks opened modestly higher Thursday as stronger-than-expected economic data in the U.S., Mexico's main trade partner, lifted sentiment among investors.

Posted in Politic / Economic issues

13Mar

Possible Volvo plant in Mexico

The name of Mexico as a world reference in the automobile manufacturing is making Swedish Volvo consider opening a new plant in North America, although not yet decided whether it will be in U.S. or Mexican soil.

Posted in Automotive