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Cemex to sale Ohio assets for US$ 400 million
Cemex announced in a press release that one of its subsidiaries in the U.S. has signed a definitive agreement for the sale of its Fairborn, Ohio cement plant and cement terminal in Columbus, Ohio to Eagle Materials Inc. for approximately US$ 400 million. 2016 EBITDA for the divested assets is estim...
Aeromar and United strengthen relationship
United Airlines will reach more destinations in Mexico thanks to a deepened commercial partnership with Aeromar, Mexico’s executive airline, which will also increase flights significantly. The six-year-old partnership will continue to bring benefits for both airlines. Their websites have already b...
Carrier to start operations in Nuevo Leon in March: authorities
Authorities from Nuevo Leon are confident that Carrier Corporation will start operations in the Municipality of Santa Catarina as of March 2017, since there are workers who have been already hired and the plant is complete, despite the issued announcement of not relocating its Indiana production to ...
Cemex sales ready mix concrete operations in Oregon and Washington
Cemex announced that one of its subsidiaries in the U.S. has signed a definitive agreement for the sale of its Pacific Northwest Materials Business consisting of aggregate, asphalt and ready mix concrete operations in Oregon and Washington to Cadman Materials, Inc., a LehighHanson company and U.S. ...
Dale Carnegie’s renowned leadership workshop coming to El Paso 
Dale Carnegie, a leadership training provider, will offer a one-day workshop on How to Coach Employees to Maximum Achievement, a seminar where attendants will learn “the techniques needed to help each employee become as successful as possible.” Dale Carnegie’s Product and Trainer Development ...
DICEX Wins National Export Prize 2016
Mexican firm DICEX received the highest award to foreign commerce in Mexico. This award is granted to different companies, institutions and organizations operating in Mexico which contribute to increase and diversify Mexican foreign sales of merchandise and services. With 28 years of experience in c...
Latin American entrepreneurs struggle the lack of funding
Nancy J. Gonzalez/MexicoNow Hyderabad, India.-  Having a successful idea, concept or product is not the hardest part of being an entrepreneur, but try to find the funding for your project is. Many entrepreneurs discover they need to obtain resources to fully commercialize their concepts. Therefor...
Meet CODE Party, a startup that teaches STEAM thru themed parties
Nancy J. Gonzalez / MexicoNow Hyderabad, India. - Learning can be fun. That is the motto Daniela Gonzalez Villarreal used when she was drafting her startup in Coahuila. CODE Party uses new pedagogical techniques to teach Science, Engineering, Technology, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) to 6 to 12-yea...
Mexican IEnova to buy pipeline stake from Pemex
Mexican unit of U.S.-based Sempra Energy announced on Tuesday it had restructured a deal to buy state-run oil company Pemex's 50 percent stake in pipeline company Gasoductos de Chihuahua for $1.108 billion. ...
Mexico and China, a story of friendship and commerce
The Mexican Entrepreneurial Council of Foreign Commerce (COMCE) informed last May that the total volume of commerce between Mexico and China reached US$80 billion during 2015, after the bilateral relation entered a new stage focused on development. With this, China has become Mexico's second major c...
Unstoppable expansion of Mexican companies
President Trump's protectionist policies do no longer represent an obstacle for Mexican companies to decide upon mergers and acquisitions. According to Ernst & Young (EY), Mexican entrepreneurs have recovered their trust to invest in Mexico and complete acquisitions. There have been transactions...

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