As Secretary of Commerce, my job is to work to create the conditions for American businesses and workers to keep their competitive edge in the 21st century economy. American businesses face a world that is more competitive than ever. With modern technology and communications and with greater ease of transportation, national boundaries no longer define the marketplace or limit the reach of workers, consumers, or businesses. In this global economy, American prosperity is directly tied

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Ayer por la mañana vi la entrevista que le hizo Loret de Mola al director general de Pemex, Emilio Lozoya. Cada vez que contestaba Lozoya yo gritaba OLE! Aunque fue muy cauteloso en sus contestaciones y no entraba en detalle. Realmente quede algo decepcionado por la falta de preparación de Loret de Mola para esta entrevista. Loret de Mola le saco el tema a Lozoya de las nuevas gasolineras de Pemex en Houston: "Como es

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First and foremost I am a free trader as long as it is fair (whatever that means). Let’s use Aeromexico as an example. The flag carrier of Mexico. I have traveled on this airline very frequently throughout the years and even much more so in the past two/three years. Recently and very frequently, the captain of any given Aeromexico flight would come on the intercom and state the airline's case against open skies. Very nationalistic

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A Business Viewpoint of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) & other Trade Agreements Learn what they can do for your company Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Confirmed Speakers: Arun Kumar Director General of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service and Assistant Secretary for Global Markets, U.S. Department of Commerce Leslie Griffin UPS Senior Vice President, International Public Policy 10:00 am - 11:30 am The University of Texas at San Antonio, Institute for Economic Development 501 W. César

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Port Corpus Christi to Present at CITEK Forum 2015 Download the pdf Corpus Christi, TX, USA – A delegation representing Port Corpus Christi will travel to Mexico to participate in the CITEK Forum 2015. The CITEK Forum 2015 ( is a global forum that brings together international leaders to network and have discussions in various industries such as Energy, Automotive, Aerospace, Information Systems, and Education. The forum will be held at Centro Fox in Leon

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A delegation from San Antonio will be in the spotlight in Mexico City where they will be connecting the dots between activity in the Eagle Ford shale and emerging energy and logistics issues south of the border. The Expo Carga logistics conference is taking place June 23-25 and will bring together 14,000 participants to the Banamex Center in Mexico City's posh Lomas de Sotelo district. Read

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mexico energy

Read the report (pdf) México's energy reform offers the prospect of enormous wealth generation over the next 5 years. The opening of the oil and gas sector, along with the transformation of the power industry, will both drive hydrocarbons production and propel Mexican competitiveness. Enormous expectations have been created by the reform, encouraged heavily by both the Mexican government and international investors. The shale prospects of Mexico are an integral part of this equation, and

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BINATIONAL SHARED PRODUCTION. WHAT IS THAT? By Jorge Canavati I was impressed by Dr. Leonardo Curzio’s presentation during the recent Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) annual gala. In additional to his presentation, he very eloquently introduced the honoree for that evening, Nadbank CEO, Geronimo Gutierrez. Leonardo is a well-respected columnist and author considered one of the 300 most influential leaders of Mexico. During his presentation, he showed a slide from a Wall Street Journal article