More Small and Medium Size Firms are Reaping the Benefits of International Trade
SECOFI has established several programs to support the participation of small and medium-sized firms in trade.
Arizona Governor Leads Trade Mission to Mexico
Governor Jane Hull of Arizona led a trade mission to Mexico as her first international mission as governor.
U.S. Department of Commerce Dismisses Oil Dumping Case
Mexico welcomes decision of U.S. Department of Commerce dismissal.
Nogales Sets Industry Standard for Border Crossing Facilities
Improvements will expedite commercial transactions.
Secretaries Blanco and Daley Hosted Third U.S.-Mexico Border Infrastructure Conference
The main objectives of the conference were to showcase the economic growth, investment opportunities, and bilateral cooperation in the border region since the implementation of NAFTA.
NAFTA Sixth Ministerial Meeting Underlines Progress
United States trade representatives acknowledge five years of achievements after NAFTA’s implementation and pledge to keep working on the path of trade liberalization.
Private Sector Shows Confidence in Mexico’s Economy
On March 16th, Mexico’s President Ernesto Zedillo hosted a meeting Mexico City for 200 foreign companies that pledges to invest more than US $ 10 billion in Mexico during 1999, an 8 per cent increase over 1998 levels.
Mexico-EU FTA Negotiations on Track
Mexico and the European Union are negotiating a free trade agreement (FTA) to stimulate bilateral commercial flows and level the playing field for exporters of both parties.
Mexico Becomes Second Largest U.S. Trading Partners
U.S-Mexico trade is a buffer to global economic uncertainty.
Not All Emerging Markets are the Same: NAFTA, Sound Economic Policies Set Mexico Apart
Progress in communications and transportation has made the world smaller- leading to the increase of globalization.
NAFTA Spurs Growth in Mexico’s Manufacturing Exports
Mexico’s trade and investment liberalization have significantly strengthened its industrial base.
Mexico Population Growth on Decline
With almost 95 million inhabitants, Mexico ranked eleventh among the world’s most populous countries last year.
Mexico Edges Closer to Becoming #2 Trading Partner with the United States
Mexico is close to surpassing Japan and becoming the second-largest trading partner for the United states as an importer and exporter, according to the latest statistics released by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
NAFTA Strengthens Ties Between Mexico and U.S. Hispanic Market
The “Acercamiento al Mercado Hispano de Estados Unidos 1998” forum brought together Mexican entrepreneurs and U.S. Hispanic business leaders to discuss trade and investment opportunities on April 22nd-24th.