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Investing in Mexico: Risk or opportunity? Jeffrey Steele

Whether it's an exclusive, modern hotel on a beach, a boutique hostelry built into a 17th Century hacienda, or a simple bed-and-breakfast in a beguiling resort town, you're likely to find prices and packages more affordable these days.

Mexico is always less costly for Americans, given its proximity to the U.S., but fits budgets even better today, given the recent publicity it has unfairly endured.

What's true of hotels is also likely to be true of airfare, restaurant meals, tour plans and all-inclusive deals. For a holiday that's truly easy on the wallet, there may never have been a better time to consider Mexico than right now. read more

Requirements For Going To Mexico As Business Visitor

30 day business visitor form can be secured upon presentation of: A valid passport or a certified copy of the birth certificate or a citizenship card plus a recent picture identification. L... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report February 2003

Table of Contents RISE IN MINIMUM WAGE CABINET RESHUFFLE RECORD FOREIGN RESERVES ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - May 2000

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - MAY 2000 Mirrored with permission from Lloyd S.A. de C.V. See their Page on Mexico Connect. GOOD NEWS According to the Commerce Secretary, Herminio Bla... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report December 2003

Table of Contents 100 PESO COINS IN CIRCULATION MULTIPLE SERVICE CONTRACTS GOVERNMENT WEBSITES PLACE NI... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - August 2001

Table of Contents NEW TELEPHONE AREA CODES DESALINATION PLANT CUTTING RED-TAPE ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report June 2002

Table of Contents WORLD BANK BACKS MEXICO NEW PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX SEVENTH LARGEST EXPORTER AND IMPO... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report October 2003

Table of Contents STATE OF THE NATION REPORT POLITICAL ADVANCES RESIZING THE GOVERNMENT ... read more

Mérida Theresa Braine

Much of the land comprising Mérida was once dotted with lavish haciendas where the henequen plant was grown. From henequen was produced a fiber called sisal, the main ingredient of twine.... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - June 2001

Table of Contents LATIN AMERICA'S TALLEST BUILDING VITRO ACQUIRES CRISTALGLASS OPPOSITION TO TOURIST MEGAPROJECT? ... read more

Monterrey: In Mexico, the North Star shines Paul Day

Fortune magazine recently voted Monterrey, capital of the northern state of Nuevo León, as the best city in Latin America in which to do business. A brief look at the statistics for Nuevo León gives ... read more

Successful expansion in a more efficient Port of Veracruz Maja Wallengren

The privatization of the facilities of the port of Veracruz in 1996 and open competition for market share between the country's main operators, have led to significant improvements in the port's overal... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - February 1999

Back Issues: 1999 - January 1998 - January - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - ... read more

Business Mexico picks the best of '98 Ron Mader

Critics assess the Net as being a mile wide and an inch deep. And, yes, too many Mexico-related websites reflect that same kind of superficiality. But as we head into a new year, it's the time to issue... read more
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