Mexico and the U.S. are Moving toward a More Efficient Border
On October 17th, customs authorities from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (SAT in Spanish) signed an agreement to mutually recognize two customs security programs that are currently in place in both countries. The agreement allows stronger collaboration between both programs by creating a common structure aimed at streamlining and securing cargo trade across the border.
Brewing the Coffee Economy in Mexico
One of the greatest assets of North America is the natural richness of its geography. This favors the production of a wide diversity of agricultural goods within the region. Mexico is no exception to this and its production of coffee is one prominent example. Its blessed geography and climatic conditions have allowed the country to become one of the biggest producers and exporters of coffee beans in the world.
- AT&T to Acquire Mexico’s Iusacell
- Huawei to Invest in ICT Facilities in Queretaro
- Cirque du Soleil Expands Partnership in Mexico
- Constellation Buys Glass Plant in Mexico
- Polaris Industries to Increase its Presence in Mexico
Download file: NAFTA Work November - December 2014