Login to Digital Content
User:
Pass:
 
Last News
  • Aerospace sector, efficient; reaches US$1 billion trade surplus
  • US$40 million investment made in Jalisco electronics industry
  • Hong Kong businessmen interested on making business with Mexico
  • Bombardier’s restructure will not affect Mexico
  • New landing system in Nuevo Laredo Airport
  • Querétaro, a driving force for aerospace exports
  • The State of Mexico has received investments for US$7.727 billion
  • Aerospace engineers wanted
  • Investment for US$374 million in the State of Mexico announced
  • Axalta will invest US$10.5 million to increase production in Mexico
  • President’s airplane delivered
  • Private investment for US$384 million in new industrial parks at Guanajuato
  • Amistad joins Nortek’s Divisions CES Group and Nordyne Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: July 2014
  • Amistad & Gentherm host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: August 2014
  • OMA supports its growth on hubs and stakeholders
  • Ten companies are interested in investing in Coahuila
  • Ferromex invests in railroads network
  • Puebla will have new industrial parks
  • Businessmen announce investments in the energy sector
  • Nuevo Leon, at the wheel of automotive innovation in Mexico
  • Sound banking system and macroeconomics in Mexico: experts

    Mexico City.- Mexico has sound macroeconomics and a solid banking system, which will allow it face any blow from the European crisis, specialists and authorities from the financial and stock market sectors affirmed. They acknowledged that global volatility continues and that the impact will depend on the time and way problems are solved, mainly regarding the crisis in Greece, even if they ruled out this could collapse Europe’s financial system. In a round table organized by CFA Program (certification for professionals in investment), Luis Tellez emphasized that both the Mexican economy and banks here are sound, thanks to the fact that Mexico has had consistent economic policies in the last years. He reminded that in the 1995 crisis Mexico, in coordination with the US Government and the International Monetary Fund, in a month had already implemented solutions, while in Europe it has been three years and they have not reached a final agreement.
    Source: El Economista | Date: 31/05/2012