Monthly Archives: February 2011

Chamber/Americas appreciates the continued support of Ron Nicholas, International Consultant.

Ronald W. Nicholas International Consultant Mexico D. F., Mexico Tel: 5255.5253.5008 Fax: 5255.5253.5061 Cel: 5255.1.5419.4719 RONWAN@aol.com

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Chamber/Americas appreciates the continued support of the King Foundation.

KING FOUNDATION Bob Sweeney President 900 Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80202 Bsween1@aol.com

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Is Mexico Safer than the U.S.?

by Patrick Osio Here comes Easter break again and young people will be young people; high school and college kids will travel to distant places where the drinking age is either less than it is in the U.S. or where … Continue reading

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Mexico Remains Attractive to Investors

Imprimir Despite problems such as violence and unemployment, Mexico remains an attractive country to receive foreign investments in 2011 said KPMG consulting and the financial group Credit Suisse. Mexico’s progress in indicators of institutions like the World Bank, and good … Continue reading

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Canadian Businesses Continue to Invest in Mexico

Embassy of Mexico in Canada ·   With a figure surpassing US$9 billion, Canada ranked 4th in 2010 in terms of the country with the greatest accumulated investment in Mexico. ·   The Canadian mining company Gold Corp headed the list of … Continue reading

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Official: U.S. Hoping to Ratify Colombia Free Trade

by Gisela Saloman Associated Press MIAMI – A State Department official says the Obama administration is committed to getting the Colombia Free Trade Agreement ratified by Congress. Assistant Secretary for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose Fernandez spoke Thursday at … Continue reading

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20 U.S. Companies explore Investment Opportunities in Peru, Ecuador

Lima, Feb. 01 (ANDINA). Representatives from 20 U.S. companies are exploring investment opportunities in Peru and Ecuador, said USDA’s Acting Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse. Entrepreneurs from the United States, Peru and Ecuador will meet … Continue reading

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