Aerospace News

  • Jalisco Governor visits companies in California

    The Governor of Jalisco, Aristoteles Sandoval, visited three companies in California: Microsoft, Sanmina and Jabil, to let them know that Jalisco stands firm to help promote their growth in the State. Microsoft is interested in generating a project to impact start-ups in the State, with training, knowledge development and technological capacities. In Jabil, the Governor informed that the National Chamber of the Electronic,

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  • Korea wants Free Trade Agreement with Mexico

    South Korea expects Mexico to start the technical consultations to sign a Free Trade Agreement among the two countries, which shall provide greater dynamism to the commercial relation sustained by these nations, as there is great potential for Mexico to increase its food exports to Korea, informed the ambassador Chun Behoo. He expressed that Korea is interested in importing pork and bovine meat, avocado and tequila from

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  • Mexico, European Union announce additional negotiating rounds

    The European Union and Mexico will hold two additional negotiating rounds before summer as part of an accelerated negotiation schedule for a new, reformed Free Trade Agreement, both parts revealed in a joint statement.

    The dates of the upcoming rounds (3-7 April and 26-29 June) were agreed by Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmström, and the Minister of Economy of Mexico, Ildefonso Guajardo. As part of this new schedule, fixed

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  • Mexico looking for diversification with Latin America, Europe and Asia

    Chancellor Luis Videgaray affirmed that Mexico has started the works to intensify its presence, relations and commercial agreements with Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. He explained that, as part of the strategy of the Mexican government in the face of the commercial situation with the U.S., Mexico's presence in Latin America has been intensified, especially in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. In addition, ties

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  • Alan Russell of Tecma Group selected as one of the top speakers at MexicoNOW event

    Tecma Public Relations has just received word that Alan Russell, CEO and Founder of The Tecma Group of Companies will be one of the top speakers at the MEXICONOW event that is focused on “Maquiladoras in the Trump Era”. Mr. Russell’s speech is titled, “NAFTA in Motion” and is promised to bring to light facts of Mexico-U.S. business relations that can only come from ‘hands on field knowledge’. Decisions about Mexico

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