117.- Mexico continues to lead Latin America car production [ 2018-10-09 - 16:47:51 ] Rio de Janeiro (Notimex) - Mexico has produced 750,000 more cars than Brazil as of September this year. 
The figure continues to place Mexico as Latin America's top car producer since 2014. 
Despite a slight recovery in Brazil, with a 14 percent growth from January to September compared with the same period last year, Brazilian assembly plants were...
116.- Aeromexico passenger traffic soars 8.7 percent [ 2018-10-05 - 14:36:48 ] Mexico (Notimex) – Mexican flagship carrier Aeromexico flew 1.7 million passengers in September, up 8.7 percent compared with the same month last year.
The airline’s international passenger traffic grew 5.1 percent, while domestic traffic grew 10.7 percent in the period.
Demand for flights grew 7.8 percent compared with September last year, while...
115.- Mexico, Canada and the U.S. create new trade deal: USMCA [ 2018-10-01 - 14:57:14 ] Washington (Notimex) - Mexico, Canada and the U.S. have reached a trilateral trade deal 14 months after beginning talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. 
The new deal is called the U.S., Mexico and Canada Agreement (USMCA). 
The agreement gives the U.S. a better deal for exports of dairy products to Canada, as well as better...
114.- Amazon bets on Mexico's digital economy [ 2018-09-27 - 17:34:13 ] Mexico (Notimex) - E-commerce giant Amazon will maintain its growth forecast for Mexico and work with the incoming administration to boost digital commerce, said the company's Vice President of Public Relations, Brian Huseman. 
During a visit to Mexico to sign a collaboration deal with investment promotion agency ProMexico, Huseman siad that Mexico's...
113.- Panasonic eyes growth and more investment in Mexico [ 2018-09-13 - 17:31:40 ] 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...
112.- Frontier deal to boost Volaris in U.S. market [ 2018-08-31 - 14:34:39 ] 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...
111.- Trade deal with U.S. set to bring more investment to Mexico [ 2018-08-29 - 12:07:30 ] 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...
110.- Mexican agroindustry set to boost presence in Arab countries [ 2018-08-14 - 17:51:02 ] 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...
109.- Constellation Brands to invest $850 million in Mexico [ 2018-08-01 - 11:31:31 ] Mexico (Notimex) - U.S. producer and marketer of beer Constellation Brands has announced it will invest $850 million in Mexico to expand its production facilities. 
CEO Daniel Baima told Notimex that the company has already had positive conversations with President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
"We will invest in our facilities at Mexicali,...
108.- Mexican economy grows 2.7 percent [ 2018-07-31 - 09:49:00 ] Mexico (Notimex) - Mexico's economy grew 2.7 percent in the second quarter of the year, compared with the same period in 2017, the country's statistics agency Inegi said. 
Growth was boosted mainly by a 3.4 percent surge in trade and services; 1.4 percent growth in the manufacturing sector and 1.8 percent growth in agriculture. 
The figure beats...