31 March, 2020

Border closures have farm industry concerned for loss of seasonal workers

U.S. – The White House’s decision to limit visas for seasonal farmworkers in order to limit the chances of spreading…

31 March, 2020

Coronavirus shakes Texas’ Cotton Industry

TEXAS – A promising 2020 for the Texas cotton industry has quickly gone sideways due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In…

31 March, 2020

Volkswagen plant in Puebla halts operations

PUEBLA — A total of 14,000 workers at the Volkswagen plant located in Puebla began their quarantine with an estimated…

31 March, 2020

Volaris sends humanitarian aid to 10 regions within Mexico

MEXICO — Volaris transported medical equipment from the Red Cross to ten points in Mexico, helping the bodies of volunteers…

30 March, 2020

AMIA proposes to postpone the entry into force of the T-MEC in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic

MEXICO  — Entrepreneurs in the automotive industry demanded fiscal, economic, and regulatory support from the federal and state governments to…

30 March, 2020

New Mexico tech startup lands US$5 million investment

NEW MEXICO – A New Mexico startup has landed US$5 million in private equity from investors to accelerate the marketing…

30 March, 2020

Mexico could become U.S. main supplier due to COVID-19

MEXICO  — The latest report by Oxford Business Group indicated that the relatively contained response that Mexico has had to…

30 March, 2020

Arizona restaurant industry introduces ‘Takeout Week’ to stem coronavirus losses

ARIZONA – With Arizona eateries restricted from operating dining rooms during the coronavirus outbreak, there is a big push by…

30 March, 2020

IoT and Industry 4.0 are allies against Coronavirus: Deloitte Mexico

MEXICO CITY — Noting that it is difficult to calculate how long it will take to recover the supply chain…

Volaris reduces 50% of its capacity

27 March, 2020

MEXICO —The Volaris airline announced that it has reduced approximately 50% of its total operations due to the coronavirus pandemic….

Toyota to restart operations until April 20th

27 March, 2020

MEXICO— Due to COVID-19 and the declining vehicle demand, Toyota will extend the blackout dates for all of its North…

Ford to be the first automaker to restart operations after coronavirus

26 March, 2020

HERMOSILLO — The automotive company Ford will restart operations in Hermosillo, Sonora on April 6th, after the restrictions implemented by…

Mercedes-Benz Buses suspends operations in Mexico

26 March, 2020

MEXICO — Due to the arrival of COVID-19 in Mexico and as part of the effort to reduce the spread…

SEDENA installs seismic isolators in Santa Lucia

26 March, 2020

MEXICO — The Ministry of National Defense (Sedena) announced the installation of seismic isolators in the Passenger Terminal Building of…

Vehicle sales are expected to drop 25% this year: AMDA

25 March, 2020

MÉXICO— Given the deceleration in the demand for vehicles after the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mexican Association of…

COVID-19 slows down Mexican manufacturers’ exports

25 March, 2020

MEXICO — Manufacturing companies in Mexico have breached 31.4% of their production delivery contracts as a consequence of the coronavirus…

Mexican automotive clusters generate strategies to face COVID-19

25 March, 2020

MEXICO — In order to open a dialogue, share information and generate strategies, to face the situation derived from the…

Texas hotel industry is getting hit hard by coronavirus pandemic

25 March, 2020

HOUSTON – Employees in the hotel industry are facing massive layoffs and furloughs in every state due to the impact…

Trump announces U.S.-Mexico border closure to stem spread of coronavirus

25 March, 2020

USA – The U.S.-Mexico border will be closed to nonessential travel to further help stem the spread of the novel…

Coahuila will present support for the restaurant industry

24 March, 2020

COAHUILA – Azucena Ramos Ramos, minister of Tourism of Coahuila, said that the Government of Coahuila will present several support…

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