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Merida, 1997: trade opportunities Gus Gordon

Merida, Yucatan..I returned to Merida in July, 1997 to follow up on my contacts I had made last year while on my grant to facilitate trade between the Yucatan and the state of Mississippi. ( See pr... read more

Yucatan World Class Labor At $3.00 USD Per Day Gus Gordon

Yucatan, Mexico -- My mission...to explore the Yucatan to discover business opportunities for trade, manufacturing, and joint ventures. I was to be the liaison between the Harrison County Economic Deve... read more

Regulations For Foreigners Seeking Employment In Mexico Gaceta Consular

Foreigners who contemplate visiting Mexico with the intention of seeking employment can't remain in the country to work . Those who have the above purpose in mind, should first contact established com... read more

Mexico '95 & beyond - Up against the wall, once again Dr. Marc J. Ehrlich

In recent time, we have all been inundated with news about the financial crisis. I don't know anyone who has not been affected by the devaluation, the increase in interest rates, and the uncertaint... read more

Business in Mexico: suggested readings

For families being relocated to Mexico, also see Moving to/Living A New Time For Mexico , 1996-2006 , by Carlos Fuentes (Marina Castaneda, translator). Publi... read more

Canadian Chamber Of Commerce In Mexico

IntroductionMexico is Canada's most important trading partner in Latin America. Trade between the two countries was worth more than CDN $5 billion in 1994 and has grown significantly since the mid 1980... read more

The North American Free Trade Agreement: Nafta at five Olaf Carrera

Critics said it would never work. Supporters augured prosperity for all. Today, five years after the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect, perhaps neither forecast was entirely on the mark, ... read more
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