12Mar

Brazil and Mexico Square off over Terms of Auto Pact

How can it be that Mexico has higher GDP and industrial growth than Brazil, even as the South American giant is seen as the rising regional star? Some blame negative media coverage of violence in Mexico for obscuring the country’s economic progress.

Posted in Automotive

12Mar

Latin America’s Largest Wind Project to Power Mexico Coca-Cola, Heineken, OXXO

Latin America’s largest wind project to date is moving forward as Mexico’s Marena Renovables has placed an order for 396-MW worth of wind turbines with Danish manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems A/S.

Posted in Trends

12Mar

Mexico Stocks, Peso Lose Ground In Early Trade

MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--Mexican stocks were lower early Monday as the local bourse opened an hour earlier than usual to align trading with that of the U.S., which moved to daylight-saving time from standard time on Sunday.

Posted in Politic / Economic issues

09Mar

The imbalance of Mexico's manufacturing

We have often heard that Mexico is "a power" export, but the reality is that we export goods by many thousands of millions of dollars because we also import goods valued at many billions of dollars.

Posted in Manufacturing in Mexico

09Mar

Over 200 companies from 17 countries have enrolled in "Aerospace & Defense Meetings Sevilla 2012"

A total of 210 companies and organizations related to the aviation industry have already signed up on "Aerospace & Defense Meetings Sevilla 2012."

Posted in Aerospace

09Mar

Exclusive: Brazil asks Mexico for $1.4 billion auto export quota

The Brazilian government has asked Mexico to limit the value of its auto exports to Brazil to around $1.4 billion for the next three years as part of a set of demands aimed at renegotiating the two countries' automotive trade deal.

Posted in Automotive