Mexico participates in Zero-Emission and wastewater initiative

The 2022 Mexico-U.S. Economic Dialogue has promoted important agreement, including on zero-emission vehicles by 2030, investments to address wastewater issues on the Mexico-U.S. border, and other infrastructure issues. Meanwhile, Mexico's Ministry…

Mexico’s Independence Day

On the 16th September, Mexico will celebrate its 212th anniversary of the country's independence, making it a nationwide holiday. This day marks the historic event in 1810, when Father Hidalgo, a Mexican Catholic priest, called out for a revolution…

Mexico City ranks second among Latin America’s most sustainable cities

In the fifth edition of Arcadis' Sustainable Cities Index (SCI), Mexico City ranked second among Latin American cities, just behind Bogota, Colombia. The index considers three sustainability measures: planet, people and profit. The profit…

Querétaro and its attractiveness to investors

At a recent meeting between US ambassador Kenneth Lee Salazar and the governor of Querétaro Mauricio Kuri González, the trade relationship between Querétaro and the US was strengthened and the ambassador stated: “There is great interest…

Mexican economy on the rise

Mexico is currently recovering from a long-lasting pandemic that heavily impacted its economy as well as its society. Informal workers, women and the youth were particularly hit, creating long-standing social and economic challenges. But…

Mexico’s competitive wage rates

Mexico has been known for its notoriously low labor rates for years, which make the country extremely competitive against others. But low labor rates do not automatically signify low production quality, as often believed. On the contrary,…

Taking stock after two years of the USMCA

The first of July marked the anniversary of the signing of the trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada. Two years ago, the USMCA agreement, a new version of NAFTA, entered into force. The previous NAFTA agreement, signed…
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Cybersecurity in Mexico

Most business operations today depend on technology, and this digital dependency must be protected. According to data collected by FortiGuard, Fortinet's threat intelligence research organization, Mexico was the Latin American country with the…

A step forward for green hydrogen

The Mexican Hydrogen Association recently presented the study "Green Hydrogen: The Energy Carrier to Decarbonize the Mexican Economy." The study analyzes the potential and future viability of implementing hydrogen in the Mexican economy. Overall,…

The future of agriculture

The introduction of digital technologies into agriculture is key to more efficient and sustainable food production and strengthening the food security of the world's population. The integration of new technologies leads to the improvement of…