Early morning wake up call, Brooks running shoes laced up, and hundreds, if not thousands (depending on your location) of running fanatics, donning colorful tutus and silly turkey outfits, all lined up for yet another 5K Turkey Trot. Meanwhile the kitchen is humming with activity as the non-running crowd begins preparations for the day’s feast.Read More »How do you classify your Thanksgiving
Export to Mexico
In a response to changes in the international economic environment, such as the trade war between the United States and China and the implementation of the new free trade treaty between the US, Mexico, and Canada (USMCA), nine of the country’s automotive manufacturing clusters in Mexico have joined together to create a formal associative network.Read More »Official Network of Automotive Manufacturing Clusters in Mexico
It is common to hear that auto part manufacturers with plants in Mexico that export their final products or that sell them to Mexican Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), operate under trade facilitation programs that allow them to import into Mexico raw materials, machinery and equipment with certain benefits. Most of the manufacturers operate as IMMEXRead More »Do You Know What IMMEX Stands For?
For all the talk of tension regarding U.S. Mexico relations, we remain close friends and neighbors with mutual interests, common challenges, and interdependent economies. For more than a century, U.S. and Mexican companies have worked together to drive investment, create jobs, and promote prosperity on both sides of the border. Trade with our neighbor toRead More »Business Can Strengthen the U.S.-Mexico Relationship
Just like the mysterious influx of pumpkin shipments in October, at the start of every February there is a monumental increase in the purchase of flowers, chocolates and jewelry in the U.S. If you love the thriving beauty, health and vigor of delicate flowers, the delicious gooey center of a s'more by a campfire, orRead More »Importing Flowers, Chocolates And Jewelry Into The U.S.
People say the American mall is dying — but if so, someone forgot to tell La Plaza Mall. La Plaza is the largest shopping center in McAllen, Texas, a mid-size city on the U.S.-Mexico border. It’s the sort of establishment you’d find in any city or suburb — Foot Locker, Bath & Body Works, Baby GapRead More »Why We Need Mexico