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Energy Reforms and Manufacturing in Mexico

Lots of perspectives and commentary swirls around the 2013 Energy Reforms in Mexico. The Reforms permit more private participation in the production of both Oil and Gas and Electricity, plus in some cases greater downstream support by the private sector. The bylaws...

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Mexico Opportunities: Security and Defense

UPDATED 2020: Neighbors produced an updated report in September 2020 for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership on opportunities in Mexico in Defense and Security. See it here. Ask us for our other industry reports! Both US and Mexican governments recognize...

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Customs / Aduanas / Freight Forwarding

We’ve only interacted with Mexican customs (aside from personally at the airport) through brokers… FedEx’s brokers, UPS’s brokers, Mailboxes Etc’s brokers, the freight forwarder Expeditors, but also some independent brokers. In terms of getting our shipments through,...

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VA Conference on World Trade

We just came back from a week in Virginia to attend VEDP’s Conference on World Trade, and meet with lots of companies interested in Mexico! Neighbors met with around 20 companies over three days who provide products and services in IT, chemistry and biochem,...

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VEDP, now an ALAS member

Our largest client, the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, has joined the Mexico chapter of ALAS, the Asociación Latinamericana de Seguridad. ALAS is a Latin America-wide security industry association with members representing electronic...

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Virginia Trade Mission 2015

Virginia companies interested in Mexico are invited to participate in VEDP’s Mexico trade mission to Mexico City and Monterrey, May 18-22, 2015. Information is available from VEDP here. The mission is five days of individual meetings targeted specifically for...

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