January 1997-Mexico Makes Substantial Progress in 1996 Toward Full Economic Recovery

Mexico Makes substantial Progress in 1996 Toward Full Economic Recovery

Industrial and export growth, early loan repayment to U.S. underscore strength of the rebound.

Trade Surges as Mexico Recovery Spurs Exports

Forty-one out of 50 U.S. states experienced growth in exports to Mexico through the third quarter of 996, according to data released by the Massachusetts Institute  for Social and Economic Research (MISER).

Amendments Introduce New Investment Incentives

Recent amendments to Mexico’s Foreign Investment Law (LIE) enhance transparency and promote consistency in the country’s investment regime.

New Legal Reforms Strengthen Environmental Protection

On January 22, President Zedillo inaugurated a portion of the NAFTA Highway, a direct route from Mexico City to Texas.

U.S. Cities See Rising Exports to Mexico

Exporters in cities across the U.S. are benefiting from NAFTA’s liberalization of trade in North America.

Business News Digest

Chartwell and Plasa form Joint Venture

Chesapeake Buys Assets of Mexico Firm

Chuppa Shifts Assembly to the U.S.MSAS Forms Joint Venture in Mexico

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