Aerospace News

  • Cargill reasserts its commitment to invest in Mexico

    The president of multinational Corporation Cargill, Marcelo Martins, assured that this U.S.-based firm is maintaining its plans to invest in Mexico. He said that even though there are some topics to discuss for the modernization of the NAFTA, the company's relation with Mexico continues as  planned. He pointed out that in order for free trade to work better, regulations and health safety barriers

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  • Heineken’s global plans for Tecate: to reach up to 70 countries

    Heineken N.V. announced plans to incorporate Mexican beer Tecate to its international portfolio, a measure that will expand the product’s presence from 17 up to more than 70 countries around the world.

    As part of this strategy Tecate just entered the Colombian market, said Dolf van den Brink, CEO of Heineken Mexico during a press conference.

    Tecate will be the second Mexican beer under the Heineken umbrella to reach global

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  • Mexico to impose trade sanctions against US in tuna fish dispute

    The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled today (PDF) Mexico is allowed to impose trade sanctions worth of US$ 163.23 million against the United States as result of disputes over trade in tuna fish.

    Shortly after the ruling was announced, Mexicans ...

  • Mezcales de Leyenda adds two new products crafted in Puebla, San Luis Potosi 

    Mezcales de Leyenda announced the expansion of its growing artisanal mezcal line with two new expressions sourced from Agave in two different Mexican states, Puebla and San Luis Potosi.

    With this introduction, Mezcales de Leyenda now offers five different mezcals, from five different regions, using five different types of agave plants, all of which are certified USDA Organic and Fair Trade Certified; the only brand to carry such

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  • Jalisco’s avocado plantations grow at 21% rate for 16 years

    Jalisco’s avocado plantations have extended from 1,000 hectares in the year 2000 to 22,000 hectares in 2016. Now the state is Mexico's second biggest producer of this product, only after Michoacan, and plans to continue growing based on irrigation technology.

    In an interview with El Economista, the director of the

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