Mexico’s Growth in the IT Industry
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From “The Early Years New Mexico State University” These “Centennial Minutes” were created as part of the 1988 NMSU 100th birthday celebration. The NMSU Centennial Committee funded Agricultural Communications, as it was then known, to [More]
UNA’s executive president, Sergio Chávez, explains what to expect from the poultry industry in Mexico: avian influenza control and erradication, poultry production supply and a promising outlook.
Much of Northern Mexico has experienced drought similar to what cattlemen in the Southern Plains and Southwest have endured. And just as in the U.S., Mexican cattlemen have liquidated herds significantly. Andres Piedra, chief economist [More]
James Wood is CEO of the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau. While attending the 2012 meeting of the Professional Convention Management Association in Mazatlan, Mexico, James discusses the dramatic positive changes in tourism in Mexico [More]
In Mexico City, a historical display of documents and photos of Mexico’s oil industry before its nationalization in 1938 is provoking reflections on a theme that has become polemical with the recent energy reform. teleSUR [More]
Similar pricing trends discussed among related Mexican and US beef cuts; A positive trend for US chicken export market; NRA and Women’s Foodservice Forum join forces to develop next generation of industry leaders; Sponsored by [More]
COP19 (20/11/13) — David Escalera Director of Compostamex says the composting helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Mexico has an enormous potential for green growth, especially through its composting industry which comes predominantly from agriculture [More]
In an interview with MexicoToday, the Regional Director for ProMexico North America, Jorge Lopez, talks about the Creative Services industry in Mexico and what types of companies he envisions succeeding in the near future.
Discusses some of the legal considerations of investing in the Mexican hospitality industry, including buying beachfront property, real estate, environmental, transportation and other issues. For more information on doing business in Mexico, go to www.maycruz.com.
The Oil and Gas Post asked YPF CEO Miguel Galuccio – a key speaker at the 2014 World National Oil Companies Congress Americas – for his thoughts on the future of the oil and gas [More]
Al discusses the birth of a new company, Ethos Capital Corp, with President and CEO Gary Freeman. Ethos has staked claims and begun drilling on silver projects in Eastern Mexico and expects news and updates [More]
Against the background of Mexico’s H1N1 influenza outbreak, Cesar de Anda, of the North American Egg and Poultry Partnership, emphasizes the importance of pork and poultry production, and asks the world not to reject Mexican [More]
Eglantina Zingg asks designers, fashion insiders and journalists about the state of fashion in Mexico. She talks to Beatriz Calles, the general director of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Mexico, designers Arturo Ramos, Gianfranco Reni, Alejandra Albarrán and [More]
Mexican Congress passes radical shake-up of oil industry MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s Congress on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to open up the country’s oil and gas sector to private investment in the biggest overhaul of [More]