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Mexico has the drive to overtake Brazil as Latin America's top car manufacturer - The Loadstar

Mexico has the drive to overtake Brazil as Latin America's top car manufacturer - The Loadstar | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
BMW's decision to build a $1bn new plant in Mexico shows how the country is becoming the auto production hub of Latin America
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Ignoring Charges Of Conflict Of Interest, Mexico's Senate Passes Anti-Monopoly Law Against Billionaire Slim's Telecom Empire

Ignoring Charges Of Conflict Of Interest, Mexico's Senate Passes Anti-Monopoly Law Against Billionaire Slim's Telecom Empire | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Ignoring charges of conflict of interest by prominent Senators, Mexico's Senate approved anti-monopoly laws less favorable to billionaire Slim's telecom companies then to his rival billionaire competitors.
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Audi scrutinzes suppliers before opening Mexican plant - Tire Business

Audi scrutinzes suppliers before opening Mexican plant - Tire Business | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Audi scrutinzes suppliers before opening Mexican plant Tire Business The 130 direct suppliers contracted for the next-generation Q5 have had to go through a rigorous screening, in which Audi reviewed their processes and looked down the line at...
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Mexican central bank sees incipient economic recovery

Mexican central bank sees incipient economic recovery | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Mexico's central bank said an incipient economic recovery is under way, citing an improvement in exports and government spending, although many economists remain skeptical.
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MEXICO CITY: Mexico lays out energy reform rules - Business Breaking News - MiamiHerald.com

MEXICO CITY: Mexico lays out energy reform rules - Business Breaking News - MiamiHerald.com | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
The Mexican government on Wednesday unveiled its proposed rules for a historic opening of the state-owned oil and energy industry, saying contracts and production licenses should be put out for public bid and go to the company that offers the best return.
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Halliburton's CEO Discusses Q1 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha

Halliburton's CEO Discusses Q1 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Halliburton's CEO Discusses Q1 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript Seeking Alpha As Jeff will discuss, we were successful in winning over $3 billion in IPM contracts in Mexico during 2013 and the constitutional changes in Mexico seem to be...
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A tale of two Mexicos: Growth and prosperity in a two-speed economy | McKinsey & Company

A tale of two Mexicos: Growth and prosperity in a two-speed economy | McKinsey & Company | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
A modern, fast-growing, highly productive economy and a traditional, low-productivity one are pulling in opposite directions, reducing GDP growth and progress in living standards. A McKinsey Global Institute article.
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Supply Chain Opportunities Abound in Mexico as Industrial Suppliers Showcase Growing Industrial Supply Benefits - Co-Production International, Inc.

Supply Chain Opportunities Abound in Mexico as Industrial Suppliers Showcase Growing Industrial Supply Benefits - Co-Production International, Inc. | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Over the last few weeks, events in San Diego and in Mexicali have highlighted industrial supply chain opportunities throughout Baja California's various manufacturing industries, says Co-Production International (CPI).
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CEVA announces expanded presence in four strategic Mexico markets

CEVA announces expanded presence in four strategic Mexico markets
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South Texas produce shipments surge

South Texas produce shipments surge | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
With the recent completion of major Mexican highway improvements from Mazatlon in the west to Matamoros in the east, South Texas ports are gaining momentum for fresh produce shipments from Mexico.
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Made-in-Mexico Fit Caps Honda Bid for North America-Built Lineup - Businessweek

Made-in-Mexico Fit Caps Honda Bid for North America-Built Lineup - Businessweek | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
AFP Made-in-Mexico Fit Caps Honda Bid for North America-Built Lineup Businessweek The $800 million Celaya, Mexico, plant is Honda's most advanced in the region, designed to curb energy and water use as it builds Fit hatchbacks and a new small...
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Mexican Transportation Association Seeks $30 Billion In Arbitration Action Against United States

Mexican Transportation Association Seeks $30 Billion In Arbitration Action Against United States | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Mexico's Canacar transport association has commenced an arbitration action against the United States, seeking $30 billion in compensation for Washington's refusal to fully open the border to Mexican trucks, the Excelsior daily reported Saturday.
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Direct mail: The power of geo-targeting Hispanic buyers - Houston Business Journal

Direct mail: The power of geo-targeting Hispanic buyers - Houston Business Journal | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
The Hispanic population is growing, and knowing the best media options to properly execute your marketing campaign is key. Here are a few tips to make your direct-mail efforts far more effective.
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'Some forced marriages don't have happy endings,' says a top Pemex executive.

Pemex and Mexico's Energy Ministry are at odds over new rules that would let the government select partners for joint ventures. 'Some forced marriages don't have happy endings," says one Pemex executive.
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Plan for making Mexican imports to Philly easier - Philly.com

Plan for making Mexican imports to Philly easier - Philly.com | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Philly.com Plan for making Mexican imports to Philly easier Philly.com But because of its location abutting the United States, the historic mode for getting limes, lemons, avocados, berries, and papayas from Mexico to the Northeast has been by...
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Pemex, BP executives say Mexico energy reform could create stronger North American consortium - Houston Business Journal

Pemex, BP executives say Mexico energy reform could create stronger North American consortium - Houston Business Journal | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
As Mexico prepares to open itself to international energy investment, politicians and energy executives at OTC said the move could lead to a strong North American energy collaborative.
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All Eyes On Mexico: Energy Reform Creating Opportunities Across Oil And Gas Supply Chain

All Eyes On Mexico: Energy Reform Creating Opportunities Across Oil And Gas Supply Chain | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
By Mark Druskoff in Houston and Adriana Curiel in Mexico City In the next two weeks, Mexico’s lawmakers are expected to release a series of laws, known as the secondary laws, that should begin to delineate how the revolutionary energy reforms...
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Mexican court to study America Movil injunction against regulator

Mexican court to study America Movil injunction against regulator | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A Mexican court said on Monday it would begin analyzing an injunction request from telecommunications giant America Movil against a regulatory ruling designed to curb its dominance
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Mexico's President Unveils Telecom Bill

Mexico's President Unveils Telecom Bill | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto submitted to Congress a telecommunications bill intended to boost market competition.
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Mexico Cracks Down On Billionaires Carlos Slim's And Emilio Azcarraga's Telecom Monopolies

Mexico Cracks Down On Billionaires Carlos Slim's And Emilio Azcarraga's Telecom Monopolies | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
Mexico’s leading telecom regulatory body declared billionaires Carlos Slim’s and Emilio Azcarraga’s telephone and television companies market dominant, which will force them to open up to domestic and foreign competitors.
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Wal-Mart's Mexico Division to Spend $1.1 Billion to Expand Chain - Bloomberg

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Wal-Mart's Mexican business, known as Walmex, will spend 3.5 billion pesos of its expansion budget on remodeling and maintenance.
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The Reshoring (and Logistics) Debate: Mexico Vs China Manufacturing

The Reshoring (and Logistics) Debate: Mexico Vs China Manufacturing | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
When it comes to manufacturing costs, many people are talking about Mexico vs China manufacturing advantages for reshoring and logistics.
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Motorola confirms Moto Maker is coming to Europe and Mexico - HEXUS

Motorola confirms Moto Maker is coming to Europe and Mexico - HEXUS | Mexico Supply Chain Leaders | Scoop.it
HEXUS Motorola confirms Moto Maker is coming to Europe and Mexico HEXUS SVP Supply Chain & Operations Mark Randall also said that the firm will be exploring supply options for Europe whilst its Texas plant continues to handle the US productions,...
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