Monthly Archives: January 2011

Mexico’s Economy picks up Pace in November

MEXICO CITY Jan 27 (Reuters) – Mexico’s economic growth picked up the pace in November, helped by a solid manufacturing sector and a jump in agricultural production. Economic activity MXIGAE=ECI rose 0.68 percent from October, the national statistics institute said … Continue reading

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MENA Tours Highly Recommended by Chamber of the Americas

Jorge E. Sanchez, CTC, DS, Midwest Chapter President, American Society of Travel Agents, MENA Tours / American Express, 5209 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60640, T 773.275.2125, F 773.275.9726 www.Mena.travel MENA Tours & Travel is committed to providing a wide … Continue reading

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Peruvian SMEs to be Part of 23 Business Fairs and Roundtables

Lima, (ANDINA). Peruvian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which seek to conquer the European Union will have the opportunity to be part of 23 business fairs and roundtables in Peru and abroad, Peru’s Exporters’ Association (ADEX) reported Tuesday. The manager … Continue reading

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COTA Member: New Continental Airlines Los Angeles – Guadalajara Nonstop Service.

New Continental Airlines Route: Los Angeles (LAX) – Guadalajara (GDL) Equipment: Boeing 737-800 Capacity: 16First Class 144 Economy Frequency: Daily Service Effective: May 3, 2011 Subject to Mexican Government Approval Flight Times: Los Angeles – Guadalajara CO672 LAX Depart 8:20a … Continue reading

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COTA Member: Las Noticias de Hispanidad

First Quarter, 2011 It’s that time of the year again – be sure to check out the article “Marketing Trends for 2011″ for details what smart marketers need to consider as they execute their plans. And speaking of 2011 marketing … Continue reading

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Profile: Bolivia’s President Evo Morales

When Evo Morales was elected Bolivia’s president in December 2005, it represented a radical change in the country’s history. Mr. Morales, an Aymara Indian, became the first president to come from the country’s indigenous majority. As a leader of a … Continue reading

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Richardson Lands New Job in Washington, D.C.

SANTA FE, NM – Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has a new job as the special envoy for the Organization of American States. The OAS secretary announced the appointment Tuesday in Washington, D.C. after a meeting with Richardson. Richardson … Continue reading

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Peru’s Service Exports likely to Grow 25% by the End of 2011

Lima – Peru’s service exports would increase at least 25 percent totaling US$5.12 billion by the end of 2011 boosted by a law aimed at promoting their trade, Foreign Trade and Tourism Ministry said Tuesday. “The impact of this new … Continue reading

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U.S. Ambassador to Peru says Priorities are Trade, Fighting Narco-trafficking

Living in Peru (blog) Many U.S. companies are already here, and the ones that aren’t here want to come here. It’s a hot moment, and Peru is perfectly positioned to take advantage … By Nathan Paluck Rose M. Likins officially … Continue reading

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