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Panasonic eyes growth and more investment in Mexico
Mexico (Notimex) - Panasonic Corporation has announced that it will continue to invest and move forward with its growth plans in Mexico, despite the current condition of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Nafta.
Speaking at an event to celebrate the company's 40th anniversary in Mexico, Panasonic President for Latin America Shigeo Suzuki said that "we will continue to develop our business...
Frontier deal to boost Volaris in U.S. market
San Antonio (Notimex) – Mexican low-cost carrier Volaris said that its deal with Frontier will allow it to expand its presence in the U.S. market.
The deal opens access for Volaris to more than 80 destination in the U.S.
“It gives us potential for more passengers and the opportunity to reach new destinations in the short and long terms,” said Volaris Director of Market Development, Miguel Aguiñiga.
Trade deal with U.S. set to bring more investment to Mexico
Mexico (Notimex) - The bilateral trade deal reached between Mexico and the U.S., part of the North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiations, would bring more business and investment to Mexico.
According to U.S. journalist Gloria Van Rees, most of the analyses focus on U.S. and China as trade competitors, but the reality is that Mexico and the Asian giant compete much more in specific products.
Mexican agroindustry set to boost presence in Arab countries
Mexico (Notimex) - Mexico's agroindustry is set to become a strategic partner for Arab countries, with 52 Halal-certified companies.
The goal of Mexico's Agriculture and Tourism ministries is to certify a total of 120 companies to expand exports in Arab countries.
Arab countries represent a market of 1.6 billion people across 23 nations, said Raúl Urteaga, Head of Foreign Affairs at Mexico's...