Chihuahua’s government contemplates US$60,149 worth of construction projects
CIUDAD JUAREZ – The government of the state of Chihuahua is set to launch the first public construction tenders for Ciudad Juarez by next month, which are part of a package of seven projects that amount to an investment of US$60,149. The minister of Communications and Public Works of the state, G...
China and Tamaulipas analyze investment opportunities
Tamaulipas governor, Francisco Garcia Cabeza de Vaca, accompanied the ambassador of the Republic of China in Mexico, Qiu Xiaoqi, during his first day of tour in Reynosa and Matamoros, where investment opportunities in energy matters were addressed. The ambassador of the Republic of China in Mexico,...
China seeks to increase investment in Tijuana
TIJUANA – Chinese entrepreneurs from the province of Shandong visited Tijuana in order to learn more about what the city has to offer, and invest in local industry to take advantage of the deals and geographical proximity to the world's largest market, the United States. This was announced by the...
China seeks to invest in the mining industry in Baja California
Countries such as China, Canada, India and US are interested in investing in the mining industry in Baja California, which represents 2% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the State. The head of Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico del Estado (Sedeco), Carlo Bonfante Olache, said that China is ...
Chinese Industry to invest in Baja California
With the geographical advantages offered by Baja California, the talent of its people, as well as Mexico's strategy to strengthen the implementation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Treaty (TPP), more investments of Chinese origin are expected to arrive in the region this year. This was reported by...
Chinese investment in Nuevo Leon increases
NUEVO LEON – China's investment in Nuevo León reached US$31 million in 2018, representing an increase of 842% compared to 2017 when US$3.3 million was raised. Secretaría de Economía y Trabajo de Nuevo León (SEDET) reported that last year it received more than 25 business delegations from Chin...
Ciudad Juárez does not present labor problems
CIUDAD JUAREZ – The maquiladora industry in Ciudad Juárez hasn't had a single labor problem in contrast to the crisis that companies in the Matamoros border are experiencing due to the strikes, because in Juarez, the maquila is at the forefront and control of the unions is almost null, said Arnul...
Ciudad Juarez is lagging behind in public projects
CIUDAD JUAREZ – The lag in public works that currently exists in Ciudad Juárez is worth US$3.5 billion, which affects not only the urban image of the municipality but also public and private investment. 2019 promises to be, both for businessmen and for state and municipal government, one of the ...
Ciudad Juarez signs a construction agreement
CIUDAD JUAREZ – The municipality of Ciudad Juarez and the state of Chihuahua signed a collaboration agreement to carry out construction projects in streets and especially in vulnerable areas. The minister of Communications and Public Works of the state government, Gustavo Elizondo and the mayor o...
CMIC and Moctezuma City Council sign an agreement
SONORA – In order to promote the development of public works and raise the quality of infrastructure in the municipality of Moctezuma, the president of Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción (CMIC) Delegation Sonora, Ana Karina Maldonado Andrews and the mayor of this entity, Cruz Adr...
Coahuila offers job opportunities to migrants
COAHUILA – The construction industry, manufacturing or agricultural ranches in Coahuila, are some of the work areas where at least 70 migrants have registered to obtain their visitor's card for humanitarian reasons and who wish to work, informed Secretaría del Trabajo local. The undersecretary o...
Coahuila Pact has been signed to improve working conditions in the state
COAHUILA – State authorities, along with 38 municipalities, signed the Coahuila Pact to improve state labor conditions. The governor of the state of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme Solis, said that this agreement heads the commitments posed by the challenges of globalization, the Free Trade Agreement, ...
Coahuila strengthens its hospitals with US$1.8 million
SALTILLO, COAH. – Medical equipment was delivered to Hospital General de Saltillo with a value of around US$1.8 million, and which forms part of a US$5.1 million exchange for strengthening the state's hospitals. The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, congratulated the State Health...
Coahuila will double the resource it invests
COAHUILA – Secretaría de Inclusión y Desarrollo Social of the State of Coahuila, headed by Francisco Saracho Navarro, will prioritize the implementation of water works, electrification and drainage for the municipalities of the entity with whom it is even willing to double the resource they inve...
Coahuila will invest around US$51.8 million in public safety
COAHUILA – The state administration plans to invest around US$51.8 million in public security this year, without counting police salaries, more than US$31 million will go towards the purchase of 1,300 video surveillance cameras and the remodeling of control centers, announced Coahuila Governor Mig...
Coahuila's automotive industry is one of the most productive.
During 2018, both Coahuila and Mexico’s automotive industry in general maintained their levels in terms of production and cars exports despite the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). According to numbers provided by Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (IN...
Coahuila's hotel industry lacks personnel
COAHUILA – The state's lodging industry reports a lack of personnel in the cleaning areas, according to Asociación Mexicana de Hoteles y Moteles de Coahuila (AMHMC). Maria Eugenia Sanchez Gutierrez, a member of the AMHMC, explained that on average there is a deficiency of 30% to 35% in staff ove...
Coahuila: renewable energies’ pioneer of in Mexico
Gobierno del Estado de Coahuila, through Secretaría de Economía, has promoted the reduction of polluting emissions from various productive sectors. "Coahuila is the great pioneer state of renewable energy in Mexico, in addition to having the largest solar park in America and the second largest in...
Companies lose around US$4 million due to border crossing problems
CIUDAD JUAREZ – Delays in the crossing of goods between Mexico and the United States have accumulated losses between US$5,000 and US$4 million for companies located in Ciudad Juarez which transport their products to El Paso, Texas. Consejo Nacional de la Industria Maquiladora y Manufacturera de E...
Compass Made goes to Puerto Palomas
CHIHUAHUA – After 14 years of remaining without industrial activity, the first maquila was inaugurated in Puerto Palomas, Chihuahua. It is Compass Made, a North American capital company dedicated to the manufacture of automotive harnesses that earmarked US$80,000 for this plant. Carlos Apodaca, m...



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