• Three Good Ways to Invest in Mexico

    http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing-trading/three-good-ways-to-invest-in-mexico Three Good Ways to Invest in Mexico Mexico is the 14th largest nation in the world by land mass. Its 115 million people place Mexico in 11th place in the world by population. Mexico has a GDP of over a trillion dollars. When the cost of living in Mexico is calculated in, the GDP of Mexico according to purchasing power parity is just under $1.7 Trillion. As its economy grows there are at least three good ways to invest in Mexico. The first is to focus on Mexican companies through the Mexican stock market. The private sector is increasingly dominant in Mexican society and seaports, railroads, electric generation, natural gas distribution, telecommunications, and airports are all increasingly in t...

    published: 29 Nov 2012
  • Chinese investors to finance Mexican automakers

    Chinese investors will help finance automakers in Mexico and create at least 1,000 jobs. Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said the investments had arrived just in time as Mexico was on the lookout to diversify its export markets outside of the US. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • Bitcoin is booming in Mexico - Investor Update from Bitso

    Simon Dixon, CEO and co-founder of BnkToTheFuture.com interviews Daniel Vogel President and co-founder of Bitso on the growth of Bitcoin in Mexico, the role of Ethereum and the growth of Ether in Mexico, Bitcoin scaling, the effect of Donald Trump on the Mexican Peso and Bitcoin, Bitcoin regulations in Mexico and the chance of an Indian style war on cash as the Bitcoin market grows globally. http://bit.ly/1pfXRS7

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • Top 21 Carlos Slim Quotes - The Mexican business magnate, investor, & philanthropist

    Top 21 Carlos Slim Quotes - The Mexican business magnate, investor, & philanthropist Tell Us in a Comment what is your favorites quotes

    published: 28 May 2016
  • Carlos Slim on Business, Investing and Entrepreneurship

    An interview with Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. In this interview Carlos covers many topics but mostly focuses on business and his career in it. Carlos discusses his time in business and gives unique insights, useful for any business person or investor. Carlos also discusses poverty and how he believes it should be tackled. The interview covers these topics and so much more, all video segments can be found below. Like if you enjoyed. Follow us on Twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Video Segments: 0:13 Insurance & Telecommunications business 5:15 Capitalising on the privatisation of the telephone service 7:07 Foresight or destiny? 9:32 The next opportunity 14:38 The future 19:00 The future of civilisation 23:41 Is it important for someone in business to understand history? 24:23 Born a...

    published: 11 Aug 2016
  • Mexico keen to start NAFTA talks | Mitsubishi group is wind farm investor | GE backs NAFTA

    Business & Indicators. Finances – Investment – Stocks Don’t miss “Breaking News” with Elliot Bullman Only on México News Network http://bit.ly/1V5FQiF Follow us on social networks using #MxNN FB: https://goo.gl/Ici709 Twitter: https://goo.gl/sQpFcW Google +: https://goo.gl/l5L1Tw Find out more relevant information on art, culture, society, economy, finances, science and tech... http://bit.ly/1P6alEf

    published: 16 May 2017
  • Mexican Investors in the City

    For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/

    published: 11 Feb 2015
  • Mexican television company catching the eye of investors

    MEXICAN TELEVISION COMPANY CATCHING THE EYE OF INVESTORS ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: One of the companies that you find interesting right now is a Mexican television company. Tell me about it. CHRIS MITTLEMAN, MITTLEMAN BROTHERS(ENGLISH) SAYING Sure. It's called TV Azteca, it's the second largest broadcaster in Mexico. They've got about a 30% market share which is a market share they've maintained for about 20 years now. And it's also the second largest producer of Spanish language programming in general in the world. So it's a significant company in the Spanish language field. The company's stock price has been down over the last nine months or so because they've had a couple of bad quarters and they're going through a bit of a kind of a market share loss to the larges...

    published: 24 Oct 2013
  • Low-paid jobs in Mexico attracts international investors and creates a poor middle class

    In the global economy downturn, investors are focusing on bright spots and titling them the "Next 11" - countries with the potential for sigfinicant growth. CCTV Correspondent Franc Contreras takes a look at one of the 11 countries - Mexico.

    published: 08 Dec 2012
  • Investors In Donald Trump's Failed Mexico Resort Speak Out

    Several years ago, about 250 people – mostly from Southern California – bought Tijuana oceanfront condos sold under Donald Trump’s name. The condos were never built. Now, ahead of the Republican National Convention, disgruntled buyers have decided to speak up. They say they were deceived by Trump and that they fear voters face the same disillusionment. KPBS Fronteras reporter Jean Guerrero has more, after a visit to the failed site with KPBS reporter Steve Walsh. Read more: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2016/jul/14/investors-trumps-failed-mexico-resort-speak-out/

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • Mexican Sniper Saves Hostage

    via YouTube Capture

    published: 28 Sep 2015
  • The Mexican Currency Crisis and the Loan Guarantee Proposal (1995)

    The Mexican peso crisis (also known as the Tequila crisis) was a currency crisis sparked by the Mexican government's sudden devaluation of the peso against the U.S. dollar in December 1994, which became one of the first international financial crises ignited by capital flight. Motivated to deter a potential surge in illegal immigration and to mitigate the spread of investors' lack of confidence in Mexico to other developing countries, the United States coordinated a $50 billion bailout package for the Mexican government in January 1995 to be administered by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the support of the other G7 member nations and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). The package established loan guarantees for Mexican public debt securities, aimed at alleviating it...

    published: 20 Sep 2014
  • Mexico: China's JAC Motors present two SUVs for the Latin American market

    Chinese automotive manufacturer JAC Motors presented its first two models of sport utility vehicles (SUVs), the S2 and the S3, assembled in Mexico's central state of Hidalgo, during an official presentation in the northwestern city of Naucalpan, Wednesday. JAC Motors has teamed up with Mexican Giant Motors and reportedly a financial firm owned by Mexican business investor Carlos Slim for a $212 million (€196 million) deal which was announced in February. According to Hidalgo Governor Omar Fayad, the JAC plant would begin with a capacity of 11,000 vehicles annually, with output ultimately rising to 40,000. The initial phase of the project was expected to create 1,000 direct and 4,500 indirect jobs. The vehicles are initially aimed at the Mexican market, but JAC is planning to expand its...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • THE BEST COUNTRY TO INVEST | REMITTANCES IN MEXICO

    Business & Indicators. Finances – Investment – Stocks Don’t miss “Breaking News” with Elliot Bullman & Zafiro Fierro Only on México News Network http://bit.ly/1V5FQiF Follow us on social networks using #MxNN FB: https://goo.gl/Ici709 Twitter: https://goo.gl/sQpFcW Google +: https://goo.gl/l5L1Tw Find out more relevant information on art, culture, society, economy, finances, science and tech... http://bit.ly/1P6alEf -------------------------------------- Remittances are funds that emigrants send to their country of country, it’s a very common practice between family members to give each other financial support. Remittances can be defined as the quantity of pesos or the exchange of foreign currency coming from the outside, transferred through different companies by people who leave their...

    published: 22 Jul 2016
  • Mexican Oil Companies and Investors Visit Odessa

    Mexican Oil Companies and Investors Visit Odessa https://www.facebook.com/SarahStrackhouseNews http://cbs7.com/news/article_9bc71c9c-eee6-11e4-b9f5-035f71f1a665.html

    published: 30 Apr 2015
  • McAllen approved for Green Card program for Mexican investors

    The City of McAllen has been approved to participate in the EB-5 program that would allow foreigners to invest in Hidalgo County and receive a Green Card in exchange.

    published: 05 Oct 2011
Three Good Ways to Invest in Mexico

Three Good Ways to Invest in Mexico

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http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing-trading/three-good-ways-to-invest-in-mexico Three Good Ways to Invest in Mexico Mexico is the 14th largest nation in the world by land mass. Its 115 million people place Mexico in 11th place in the world by population. Mexico has a GDP of over a trillion dollars. When the cost of living in Mexico is calculated in, the GDP of Mexico according to purchasing power parity is just under $1.7 Trillion. As its economy grows there are at least three good ways to invest in Mexico. The first is to focus on Mexican companies through the Mexican stock market. The private sector is increasingly dominant in Mexican society and seaports, railroads, electric generation, natural gas distribution, telecommunications, and airports are all increasingly in the private sector and are investment opportunities. The second of our three good ways to invest in Mexico is to purchase stock Mexican companies listed on American exchanges. This route may be the most comfortable for American investors. The third of our three good ways to invest in Mexico is to do it directly. Foreigners can own real estate in large parts of Mexico. Mining is attractive as the country has rich mineral resources. For those wishing to retire in the sun, property in Mexico is cheaper than in the USA and the cost of living is lower. To a large degree investing in Mexico is like investing in the rest of Latin America. See our article, Invest in Middle Class Growth in Latin America. Now, here is a bit more about three good ways to invest in Mexico. Investing in Mexico via Mexican Stocks One can buy stocks on the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, BMV, the Mexican stock market. It is the only Mexican stock exchange and is located in the capital, Mexico City. The stocks listed have a total capitalization in excess of $400 Billion calculated in US dollars although stocks are denominated in and traded in Mexican pesos. The BMV is second to Bovespa, the Brazilian exchange, in Latin America in size. Here are a few representative listings of our first of three good ways to invest in Mexico: América Móvil: Telecom Cemex: Cement FEMSA: Conglomerate Alfa: Conglomerate Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico: Airports Grupo Bimbo: Food Grupo Modelo: Beverage Grupo Financiero Santander: Retail and Private Banking TV Azteca: Television, Media Televisa: Television, Media Telmex: Telecom Walmex: Retail Mexican Stocks as ADR's For many American investors it is probably easier to look for Mexican stocks listed as American Depository Receipts (ADR's) on US stock exchanges. There are currently 89 Mexican companies available as ADR's. These stocks represent a wide range of industries and investment opportunities. Although there are many US companies that do business in Mexico, the portion of their total business may be small. So as not to dilute the Mexican part of the investment opportunity, the second of our three good ways to invest in Mexico is to stick with Mexican companies but those listed as ADR's. These stocks commonly need to provide the same level of information that American stocks do for the NASDAQ or NYSE. This provides the investor with a sound basis for fundamental analysis when choosing foreign stocks. Investing and Doing Business Directly in Mexico An American investor can do business in Mexico. He or she can own property. However, the job is easier if the investor speaks Spanish and has a good sense of the local business culture. Many investors choose the property route simply because they can buy, give the work to a property management company, and collect rental payments while devoting their time to walking on the beach. This may well be the best of our three good ways to invest in Mexico if you are set to retire. Read Foreign Real Estate Investments for more insights. http://youtu.be/o5jzeuOPAjU
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Chinese investors to finance Mexican automakers

Chinese investors to finance Mexican automakers

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Chinese investors will help finance automakers in Mexico and create at least 1,000 jobs. Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said the investments had arrived just in time as Mexico was on the lookout to diversify its export markets outside of the US. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Bitcoin is booming in Mexico - Investor Update from Bitso

Bitcoin is booming in Mexico - Investor Update from Bitso

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Simon Dixon, CEO and co-founder of BnkToTheFuture.com interviews Daniel Vogel President and co-founder of Bitso on the growth of Bitcoin in Mexico, the role of Ethereum and the growth of Ether in Mexico, Bitcoin scaling, the effect of Donald Trump on the Mexican Peso and Bitcoin, Bitcoin regulations in Mexico and the chance of an Indian style war on cash as the Bitcoin market grows globally. http://bit.ly/1pfXRS7
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Top 21 Carlos Slim Quotes - The Mexican business magnate, investor, & philanthropist

Top 21 Carlos Slim Quotes - The Mexican business magnate, investor, & philanthropist

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Top 21 Carlos Slim Quotes - The Mexican business magnate, investor, & philanthropist Tell Us in a Comment what is your favorites quotes
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Carlos Slim on Business, Investing and Entrepreneurship

Carlos Slim on Business, Investing and Entrepreneurship

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An interview with Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim. In this interview Carlos covers many topics but mostly focuses on business and his career in it. Carlos discusses his time in business and gives unique insights, useful for any business person or investor. Carlos also discusses poverty and how he believes it should be tackled. The interview covers these topics and so much more, all video segments can be found below. Like if you enjoyed. Follow us on Twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Video Segments: 0:13 Insurance & Telecommunications business 5:15 Capitalising on the privatisation of the telephone service 7:07 Foresight or destiny? 9:32 The next opportunity 14:38 The future 19:00 The future of civilisation 23:41 Is it important for someone in business to understand history? 24:23 Born and raised in Mexico City 26:31 What were you like as a child? 28:11 Carlos father being an immigrant from Lebanon 29:37 Childhood heroes 31:30 Becoming an engineer 32:36 Getting started on the road to success 35:46 Is making underperforming companies profitable an instinct? 39:50 What gave you the courage to buy a failing business in the 80’s? 45:21 Challenges from Telefonica 47:41 The operating principles of Grupo Carso 50:25 The pressure of managing an enormous enterprise 53:50 Building a business from 1 to 100,000 customers 56:55 Has studying engineering helped you to evaluate opportunities & risk? 59:59 Which is more important for success, instinct or experience? 1:03:09 What has enabled you to succeed as a entrepreneur and investor? 1:08:09 What do you know about achievement now that you didn’t know when you were starting out? 1:11:22 Balancing career and family life 1:12:52 The fathers and sons business weekend 1:15:21 Working as a teacher 1:21:35 Was there a moment of discovery in your career? 1:23:07 An entrepreneurial approach to social problems 1:25:50 How do you account for your success? 1:30:20 How do you want to be remembered? 1:35:53 A new paradigm to address poverty Interview Date: June 11th, 2004 & December 2nd, 2007 Event: Academy of Achievement The Academy of Achievement interview supporting document: http://bit.ly/CarlosSlimAoA Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/CarlosSlim1 For More Investing/Entrepreneur/Economics Videos Check Out The Channel. What is Investors Archive ? = Its a Youtube Channel dedicated to having all the best Interviews/ Biography/ educational / courses on Investing/Entrepreneur/Economics so you can find all the free knowledge you need in one place ! Remember to Sub for all the Best New Content. No advertising
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Mexico keen to start NAFTA talks | Mitsubishi group is wind farm investor | GE backs NAFTA

Mexico keen to start NAFTA talks | Mitsubishi group is wind farm investor | GE backs NAFTA

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Business & Indicators. Finances – Investment – Stocks Don’t miss “Breaking News” with Elliot Bullman Only on México News Network http://bit.ly/1V5FQiF Follow us on social networks using #MxNN FB: https://goo.gl/Ici709 Twitter: https://goo.gl/sQpFcW Google +: https://goo.gl/l5L1Tw Find out more relevant information on art, culture, society, economy, finances, science and tech... http://bit.ly/1P6alEf
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Mexican Investors in the City

Mexican Investors in the City

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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/
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Mexican television company catching the eye of investors

Mexican television company catching the eye of investors

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MEXICAN TELEVISION COMPANY CATCHING THE EYE OF INVESTORS ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: One of the companies that you find interesting right now is a Mexican television company. Tell me about it. CHRIS MITTLEMAN, MITTLEMAN BROTHERS(ENGLISH) SAYING Sure. It's called TV Azteca, it's the second largest broadcaster in Mexico. They've got about a 30% market share which is a market share they've maintained for about 20 years now. And it's also the second largest producer of Spanish language programming in general in the world. So it's a significant company in the Spanish language field. The company's stock price has been down over the last nine months or so because they've had a couple of bad quarters and they're going through a bit of a kind of a market share loss to the largest player in the field, which is Televisa. But we think this is transitory and we think this is something they will likely to bounce back from. So the stock is trading at around MXN7 a share which is about USD0.55. We think fair value should be about MXN10 a share which would be about a 40% gain from here. ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: And they have the rights to the World Cup, you mentioned. CHRIS MITTLEMAN, MITTLEMAN BROTHERS(ENGLISH) SAYING Well they share the rights with Televisa but it's a significant thing for them because in Latin America, there's a very big soccer base, they call it football, there but this always drives every- if you look back in history for the last 20 years, every time there's a World Cup which is every four years, ad sales in Mexico were up. There's not been a single year where that hasn't happen. So it's kind of a nice thing to have in the background that we know this is coming in 2014. ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: Another stock you like, very different business, it's a Japanese company. Which one is that? CHRIS MITTLEMAN, MITTLEMAN BROTHERS(ENGLISH) SAYING It's called CMIC, and CMIC is the largest - what are known as CROs - contract research organization in Japan. And this is ...
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Low-paid jobs in Mexico attracts international investors and creates a poor middle class

Low-paid jobs in Mexico attracts international investors and creates a poor middle class

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In the global economy downturn, investors are focusing on bright spots and titling them the "Next 11" - countries with the potential for sigfinicant growth. CCTV Correspondent Franc Contreras takes a look at one of the 11 countries - Mexico.
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Investors In Donald Trump's Failed Mexico Resort Speak Out

Investors In Donald Trump's Failed Mexico Resort Speak Out

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Several years ago, about 250 people – mostly from Southern California – bought Tijuana oceanfront condos sold under Donald Trump’s name. The condos were never built. Now, ahead of the Republican National Convention, disgruntled buyers have decided to speak up. They say they were deceived by Trump and that they fear voters face the same disillusionment. KPBS Fronteras reporter Jean Guerrero has more, after a visit to the failed site with KPBS reporter Steve Walsh. Read more: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2016/jul/14/investors-trumps-failed-mexico-resort-speak-out/
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Mexican Sniper Saves Hostage

Mexican Sniper Saves Hostage

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via YouTube Capture
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The Mexican Currency Crisis and the Loan Guarantee Proposal (1995)

The Mexican Currency Crisis and the Loan Guarantee Proposal (1995)

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The Mexican peso crisis (also known as the Tequila crisis) was a currency crisis sparked by the Mexican government's sudden devaluation of the peso against the U.S. dollar in December 1994, which became one of the first international financial crises ignited by capital flight. Motivated to deter a potential surge in illegal immigration and to mitigate the spread of investors' lack of confidence in Mexico to other developing countries, the United States coordinated a $50 billion bailout package for the Mexican government in January 1995 to be administered by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with the support of the other G7 member nations and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). The package established loan guarantees for Mexican public debt securities, aimed at alleviating its growing risk premia and boosting investor confidence in its economy. The Mexican economy experienced a severe recession and the peso's value deteriorated substantially despite the success of the bailout package in preventing a worse collapse. Overall income would not resume growth until the late 1990s.[4]:376[1]:52[2]:10 The conditionality of the bailout package required the Mexican government to institute new monetary and fiscal policy controls, although the country refrained from historical balance of payments reforms such as trade protectionism and strict capital controls to avoid violating its commitments under NAFTA. The loan guarantees enabled Mexico to restructure its short-term public debt and improve market liquidity.[2]:10-11 Of the approximately $50 billion USD assembled in the bailout package, $20 billion was contributed by the United States, $17.8 billion by the IMF, $10 billion by the BIS, $1 billion by a consortium of Latin American nations, and $1 billion CAD by Canada.[8]:20 The Clinton administration's efforts to organize a bailout for Mexico were met with difficulty. It drew criticism from members of the U.S. Congress as well as scrutiny from the news media.[1]:52 The administration's position centered on three principal concerns: potential unemployment in the U.S. in the event Mexico would have to reduce its imports of U.S. goods (at the time, Mexico was the third largest consumer of U.S. exports); political instability and violent rioting in a bordering neighbor country; and a potential surge in illegal immigration from Mexico. Some congressional representatives agreed with American economist and former Chairman of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, L. William Seidman's arguments that Mexico should resolve its crisis through negotiation with its creditors without involvement by the United States, especially in the interest of deterring moral hazard. Others in support of involvement, including then-Chair of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan, argued that the fallout from a Mexican sovereign default would be so devastating that it would far exceed the risks of moral hazard.[9]:16 Following congress's failure to pass the Mexican Stabilization Act and with the Mexican crisis deteriorating, the Clinton administration reluctantly approved a previously dismissed proposal to designate funds from the U.S. Treasury's Exchange Stabilization Fund as loan guarantees for Mexico.[10]:159 All of the loans contributed by the U.S. Treasury returned a profit of approximately $600 million after being repaid ahead of maturity.[2]:10-11 Then-U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin's appropriation of funds from the Exchange Stabilization Fund in support of the Mexican bailout was scrutinized by the United States House Committee on Financial Services. The committee expressed concerns about a potential conflict of interest based on Rubin's former service as Co-Chairman of the board of directors for Goldman Sachs, an investment bank which offers a substantial volume of Mexican stocks and bonds. Mexico's growing poverty affected urban areas more intensely than rural areas, in part due to the urban population's sensitivity to labor market volatility and macroeconomic conditions. Urban citizens relied on a healthy labor market, good access to credit, and on consumer goods. Consumer price inflation and a tightening credit market during the crisis proved challenging for urban workers, while rural households shifted to subsistence agriculture to provide for their needs.[14]:11 Mexico's gross income per capita decreased by only 17% in agriculture, contrasted with 48% in the financial sector and 35% in the construction and commerce industries. Average household consumption declined by 15% from 1995 to 1996 with a shift in composition toward essential goods. Households saved less income and spent less money on healthcare services. Expatriates living in other countries such as the United States increased remittances to Mexican households, evidenced by average net unilateral transfers from abroad doubling from 1994 to 1996. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_peso_crisis
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Mexico: China's JAC Motors present two SUVs for the Latin American market

Mexico: China's JAC Motors present two SUVs for the Latin American market

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Chinese automotive manufacturer JAC Motors presented its first two models of sport utility vehicles (SUVs), the S2 and the S3, assembled in Mexico's central state of Hidalgo, during an official presentation in the northwestern city of Naucalpan, Wednesday. JAC Motors has teamed up with Mexican Giant Motors and reportedly a financial firm owned by Mexican business investor Carlos Slim for a $212 million (€196 million) deal which was announced in February. According to Hidalgo Governor Omar Fayad, the JAC plant would begin with a capacity of 11,000 vehicles annually, with output ultimately rising to 40,000. The initial phase of the project was expected to create 1,000 direct and 4,500 indirect jobs. The vehicles are initially aimed at the Mexican market, but JAC is planning to expand its production distribution to Latin America in the future. JAC Motors is a Chinese state-owned automobile and commercial vehicle brand based in Hefei, Anhui Province, with more than 366,000 vehicles sold in 2016. Video ID: 20170329 015 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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THE BEST COUNTRY TO INVEST | REMITTANCES IN MEXICO

THE BEST COUNTRY TO INVEST | REMITTANCES IN MEXICO

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Business & Indicators. Finances – Investment – Stocks Don’t miss “Breaking News” with Elliot Bullman & Zafiro Fierro Only on México News Network http://bit.ly/1V5FQiF Follow us on social networks using #MxNN FB: https://goo.gl/Ici709 Twitter: https://goo.gl/sQpFcW Google +: https://goo.gl/l5L1Tw Find out more relevant information on art, culture, society, economy, finances, science and tech... http://bit.ly/1P6alEf -------------------------------------- Remittances are funds that emigrants send to their country of country, it’s a very common practice between family members to give each other financial support. Remittances can be defined as the quantity of pesos or the exchange of foreign currency coming from the outside, transferred through different companies by people who leave their country and earn foreign currency which they later send to their relatives. -------------------------------------- As uncertainty over the economic and commercial future of Great Britain continues, it becomes increasingly clear that the wallets of the country's travelers will feel the pinch. The UK’s eventual exit from the EU, dubbed “Brexit,” is a process that is expected to take place over the course of two years or perhaps even longer, so any immediate impacts being felt at the moment — including a rapidly falling British currency — are still premature and not necessarily permanent. -------------------------------------- “Our country offers reliability and stability, so investors see Mexico as one of the best destinations to invest and do business with”. Those were the words of Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid, during a speech at the forum known as“Princess Family Era 2016” in the city of Acapulco, Guerrero.
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Mexican Oil Companies and Investors Visit Odessa

Mexican Oil Companies and Investors Visit Odessa

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McAllen approved for Green Card program for Mexican investors

McAllen approved for Green Card program for Mexican investors

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The City of McAllen has been approved to participate in the EB-5 program that would allow foreigners to invest in Hidalgo County and receive a Green Card in exchange.
https://wn.com/Mcallen_Approved_For_Green_Card_Program_For_Mexican_Investors