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"Economic growth in Mexico will accelerate: CNP", full article at http://t.co/7VP3Plwd1u
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GM to Invest $691 Million in Mexico

GM to Invest $691 Million in Mexico | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
General Motors Co. (GM) announced on Wednesday that it will spend $691 million to build and expand its factories in Mexico. GM Mexico President Ernest Hernandez said the move will boost Mexican employment and development.
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Mexico approves measure to save world's rarest marine mammal

Mexico approves measure to save world's rarest marine mammal | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
The government of Mexico has taken a decisive step to save the vaquita - a porpoise threatened by extinction - and to promote sustainable fisheries in the upper Gulf of California for the benefit of fishers and their families, says WWF-Mexico.
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Mexico: Get Ready for Supersized Growth, Barclays Says - Emerging Markets Daily - Barrons.com

Mexico: Get Ready for Supersized Growth, Barclays Says - Emerging Markets Daily - Barrons.com | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexico is supercharging its economy, and a little scandal is unlikely to derail its momentum, Barclays says.
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Organic growth story of organic farming ~ GANADERÍA MÉXICO

Organic growth story of organic farming ~ GANADERÍA MÉXICO | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Organic growth story of organic farming ~ GANADERÍA MÉXICO http://t.co/giIxOPKN7N
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Twitter / GoogleEarthPics: Waterfalls of Agua Azul, Mexico ...

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RT @GoogleEarthPics: Waterfalls of Agua Azul, Mexico #EarthPics http://t.co/7gXdJscnmx
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A New Book Pulls Back Mexico's Masks - NYTimes.com

A New Book Pulls Back Mexico's Masks - NYTimes.com | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexican Portraits,” a huge new book, takes a sweeping look at how several generations of photographers in Mexico see themselves and their country.
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Asian travellers to fuel tourism sector's growth - BBC News

Asian travellers to fuel tourism sector's growth - BBC News | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
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Asian travellers to fuel tourism sector's growth
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More people in Asia are planning to cross borders and even increase their spending budgets this year.
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KOF Delivers 11% Organic Currency Neutral Revenue Growth

KOF Delivers 11% Organic Currency Neutral Revenue Growth | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
MEXICO CITY--(Marketwired - Apr 24, 2013) - Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV: KOFL) (NYSE: KOF) ("Coca-Cola FEMSA" or the "Company"), the largest franchise bottler in the world, announces results for the first quarter of 2013.
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Marriott Sees Strong Growth in Mexico as Business, Tourism Increase - Fox Business

Marriott Sees Strong Growth in Mexico as Business, Tourism Increase - Fox Business | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Marriott Sees Strong Growth in Mexico as Business, Tourism Increase Fox Business LIMA, Peru – Marriott International Inc (MAR), the U.S.-based hotel chain, said Tuesday that Mexico could provide one of the best opportunities for growth in Latin...
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Foxconn to Make Solar Panels for SunEdison in Mexico - Bloomberg

Foxconn to Make Solar Panels for SunEdison in Mexico - Bloomberg | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
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Foxconn to Make Solar Panels for SunEdison in Mexico
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By Ehren Goossens - 2013-04-23T14:43:41Z. A unit of Foxconn Technology Group, the Taipei-based maker of products including Apple Inc.
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IMF - INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND : Transcript of a IMF Western ... - 4-traders (press release)

IMF - INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND : Transcript of a IMF Western ... - 4-traders (press release) | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
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Four Reasons Mexico Is Becoming a Global Manufacturing Power

Four Reasons Mexico Is Becoming a Global Manufacturing Power | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexico is beginning to surpass China, especially in productivity, energy costs, and free-trade agreements (Mexico rocks and is one of the best platforms for growth across the globe.
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Mexico Bonds, Peso Rise as Investors Lured to Higher Yields - Bloomberg

Mexico Bonds, Peso Rise as Investors Lured to Higher Yields - Bloomberg | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexico Bonds, Peso Rise as Investors Lured to Higher Yields
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Mexico's peso bonds advanced for the first time in five days as the highest yields in six month revived demand that had waned amid concern the U.S.
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Ferrari Head: Mexico Is The Next China - Forbes

Ferrari Head: Mexico Is The Next China - Forbes | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Ferrari Head: Mexico Is The Next China
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“Mexico is the next China,” Ferrari North America CEO Marco Mattiacci said during a panel discussion today about the future of luxury.
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Auto industry love for Mexico grows with new Audi plant - Fox Business

Auto industry love for Mexico grows with new Audi plant - Fox Business | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Auto industry love for Mexico grows with new Audi plant
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"Mexico was chosen very deliberately," Audi Chairman Rupert Stadler told more than 500 industry and government officials outside the town of San Jose Chiapa in central Mexico.
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Latin America News - Newer Ports in Canada, Mexico Lead North American Growth

Latin America News - Newer Ports in Canada, Mexico Lead North American Growth | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
The United States may be the trade capital of the world, but if you're looking ...
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Mexico Likely to Keep 4% Rate on Expectations Inflation to Slow - Bloomberg

Mexico Likely to Keep 4% Rate on Expectations Inflation to Slow - Bloomberg | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexico Likely to Keep 4% Rate on Expectations Inflation to Slow Bloomberg Mexico's central bank will probably keep borrowing costs at a record low after policy makers said they expect inflation to start slowing back to their target range following...
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A Tale of Two Countries by Andres Velasco - Project Syndicate

A Tale of Two Countries by Andres Velasco - Project Syndicate | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Barely two years ago, Brazil’s rapid economic growth and expanding middle class made it the darling of the financial markets, whereas Mexico was better known for drug gangs and violence.
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LOOK: The 10 Most Violent Cities In The World

LOOK: The 10 Most Violent Cities In The World | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Though cities such as Chicago and Mexico's Ciudad Juarez hold reputations as hubs of gun violence, neither sniffs the top 10 in this year's ranking of the most violent cities in the world, according to a recent study by the Citizen Council for...
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stevan buxbaum's comment, April 24, 2013 8:28 PM
Although 3 cities made this list, two of them are on the US Mexican border, and the third, coming in at number two is the former international vacation hot spot of Acapulco. The good side is that this does indicate that as long as one stays away from the border, and one mainland city, Mexico is certainly not a place any more dangerous than many places that people visit regularly. There has never been an incidence of a school shooting in Mexico, and most of the violence is involved with people participating in the so called "drug war." To put this in perspective, the homicide rate in the US hovers around 4.8 per 100,000 people, Mexico is 18 per 100,000, and one of the favorite tourist destinations in the world, Brasil has a rate of 26 per 100,000 people. The sad fact is that in absolute number terms, more people have been murdered in the United States during the period since 2006, when the so called drug war in Mexico began. Even though no cites in the United
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Mexico to Reform Telecommunications Sector - Satellite Today

Mexico to Reform Telecommunications Sector - Satellite Today | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
Mexico to Reform Telecommunications Sector
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With the newly elected Mexican government in 2013 came a series of reforms in sectors such as education, energy, labor and telecommunications.
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Bond Traders Drug-War Anxiety Wanes on Pena Nieto: Mexico Credit

Bond Traders Drug-War Anxiety Wanes on Pena Nieto: Mexico Credit | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
President Enrique Pena Nieto’s bid to reform tax and energy laws is directing investors’ attention toward Mexico’s economic prospects and away from its six-year drug war.
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Model for megacities? Mexico City cleans up its air. - Christian Science Monitor

Model for megacities? Mexico City cleans up its air. - Christian Science Monitor | Mexico economy | Scoop.it
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Model for megacities? Mexico City cleans up its air.
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Nissan, Mexican plant develop wind-wind plan

Nissan, Mexican plant develop wind-wind plan | Mexico economy | Scoop.it

Nissan’s Aguascalientes plant in Mexico has become a leading user of renewable energy.

 

The manufacturing plant recently integrated wind power into its energy mix, meaning it now generates 50 per cent of its total energy needs through renewable sources.

 

As a result, the Nissan March, Versa, Sentra and the soon-to-be-released Nissan Note are all produced in Aguascalientes in a cleaner, more sustainable way.

 

Since the beginning of the year, 45 per cent of the plant’s energy for manufacturing comes from a wind farm in Oaxaca, which is operated by Nissan’s strategic partner ENEL.

 

This is not the first time Nissan Mexicana has invested in renewable energy. In January 2012, Aguascalientes set a new industry standard by becoming the world’s first automotive plant to use electric energy generated through biogas.

 

This innovative method uses waste from the town’s landfill site as fuel to generate energy for the plant.

 


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