Trade & Investment

Trade & Investment

Mexico celebrates poultry trade success

Poultry World - In the two decades of Nafta, Mexico has risen to become the number one export market for U.S. chicken, turkey, duck and eggs in 2013, with annual sales exceeding $1.3 billion, according to U.S. government trade data.

U.S., Mexico are in talks over meat dispute

WSJ - Mexico is in discussions with U.S. trade officials in efforts to find a solution to a contested meat-labeling rule, said Mexican Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo. Mexico wants a resolution that doesn't discriminate where cattle are born.

Nestle plans to invest $1 billion in two new plants

Bloomberg - Nestle, the world’s biggest food company, will invest $1 billion in Mexico over five years, building two new factories in its sixth-largest market. A new infant nutrition factory will be built in Ocotlan and a petfood factory in Silao.

Can fair-trade coffee save Chiapas?

Fox News Latino - Chiapas is coffee country, supplier of premium beans to boutique coffee brands and major international companies. But Chiapas is, too, home to many of the poorest towns in Mexico, despite concentrated efforts to invest following fair trade and sustainable production guidelines.

U.S., Mexico dismiss reopening Nafta accord

EFE - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Mexican counterpart Jose Antonio Meade dismissed here Friday the possibility of "reopening" the North American Free Trade Agreement, calling instead for steps to reinforce the 20-year-old pact.

German auto parts firm opens $150 million plant

EFE - German auto parts manufacturer Hella inaugurated a $150 million headlight plant in the central Mexican city of Irapuato. The factory will initially employ 250 people, but the staff is expected to grow to 1,500 as production ramps up.

Mexico says TPP talks could conclude by April

Reuters - An ambitious trade pact being negotiated among Pacific Rim nations could be concluded as soon as April, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would cover almost 40 percent of the global economy.

29 billion reasons to love Mexico's energy reform

Motley Fool - Pemex sees 29 billion barrels of potentially recoverable oil equivalent in its part of the Gulf of Mexico. 29 billion barrels would be over double the size of Pemex's current proven reserves, which would substantially increase Mexico's oil production.

Johnson Controls moving some production to Mexico

HM Media - Johnson Controls informed employees in its Waynesboro plant Tuesday it will proceed with a plan to transfer some production lines and jobs to Mexico. The move is expected to begin in early 2014.

Spain's Popular buys stake in Mexico's BX+

Reuters - Banco Popular said on Wednesday it would carry out a capital increase of up to 450 million euros and use the cash obtained to buy a stake in Mexican financial group BX+ and boost its core capital ratio.

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