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Gold trail to Santa María del Oro, Nayarit Wendy Devlin

Gold-colored walls line the main street through Santa María del Oro, Nayarit. Bumping along the cobblestones in our camper-van, we are following in the footsteps of the Spanish conquistadors. In 1504,... read more

Investment regulations in Mexico Gaceta Consular

New foreign investment regulations establish conditions under which --with strict adherence to the law-- foreign investors may legally participate as major stockholders with new investments in sections... read more

Mexico Economic Updates September 2006 Tony Burton

Rapid GDP growth According to the Finance Secretariat and the National Statistics Institute (INEGI), the nation's GDP rose 4.7% in the second quarter (compared to the equivalent period of 2005) to a r... read more

Mexico Economic Updates August 2006 Tony Burton

Despite calls from PRD candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his supporters for a complete recount, it looks almost certain that the Federal Electoral Institute will confirm very shortly that the presidential election was won by PAN candidate Felipe Calderón Hinojosa. The new president will take office on December 1.

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Mexico Economic Updates May 2006 Tony Burton

International Reserves The nation's foreign reserves stood at 68.678 billion dollars in mid-April, according to the Bank of Mexico, the nation's central bank. The reserves reached an all-time high of ... 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 July 2004

Announcing that first quarter direct foreign investment totaled 7.425 billion dollars, President Vicente Fox described Mexico as the "best place in the world in which to invest". The year-end figure for foreign direct investment is likely to top 16 billion dollars.

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Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2005

Table of Contents Business leaders and politics Economic strength ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - February 2002

Table of Contents A SPECIAL REPORT - ELECTRICITY - Installed Capacity Rising Rapidly ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report July 2003

Table of Contents INTEREST RATES AT HISTORIC LOW FUND MANAGERS HAPPY FOX TAKES STRONG STANCE ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2004

Table of Contents Stock market at record high Retail sales rising Mexican multinationals ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - March 1999

CONTENTS: CORN PRICE BONANZA STATE ELECTIONS INTERNATIONAL CONFIDENCE DIRECT F... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - February 2001

Table of Contents ECONOMIC POLICY GOALS VODAFONE BUYING IUSACELL AIRLINES TO BE SOLD ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2003

A major study by Grupo IDM suggests that improved employment opportunities are on their way. About 18% of firms questioned in the southeast and north of the country will be actively seeking additional workers in the next few months. A further 60% expect to retain their existing workforce intact.

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Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - August 1999

CONTENTS: POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS POLARIZED HOUSING MARKET PEPSICO BOTTLERS MERGE INTERNET BANKING EXPORTS OF FURNITURE CEMENT SALES UP FIRST BOND IN EUROS UNEM... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - February 2000

FEBRUARY, 2000   With permission from Lloyd S.A. de C.V. See their Page on Mexico Connect.   CONTENTS: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN NEW BONDS TUNA PROSPECTS MEXICO CITY ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - July 2001

Table of Contents INTEREST RATES AT SEVEN-YEAR LOW BANK SOLD FOR 12.5 BILLION DOLLARS BIO-PIRACY IN... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2002

Table of Contents BUDGET SURPLUS FLOAT GLASS TO BE MADE IN MEXICO ECOLOGICAL GDP ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - December 1999

The government's proposed budget for 2000 has been submitted to Congress. The government anticipates that the economy will grow by between 4 and 5% next year and that inflation will be around 10%. The budget allows for a fiscal deficit of 1% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and a current account deficit equivalent to 3.2% of GDP. The average exchange rate over the year is expected to be 10.40 pesos to the dollar. In calculating the budget, the government has assumed that oil prices will average 15.5 dollars a barrel.

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Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - July 2000

CONTENTS: NATIONAL ELECTIONS REFLECTING ON SEVENTY YEARS TRUCKS GET ACCESS TO U.S.? ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - November 2001

Table of Contents ECONOMIC POLICY UNCHANGED ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR TOURISM HELP FOR AIRLINES ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - November 2000

Table of Contents ECONOMY GROWING RAPIDLY INTERNAL SAVINGS MORE AUTO PLANTS ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report May 2005

Table of Contents Wine consumption Tortillas in China Can anyone counter Wal-Mart? ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report May 2003

Table of Contents TRADE SURPLUS AMERICAS-WIDE FREE TRADE NEW POWER STATION ... read more

Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - January 1999

CONTENTS: THE SHAPE OF '99 SOLD! - NINE AIRPORTS SUPERMARKETS LOOK NORTH HIGHE... read more
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