On Mexico Issue 80

On Mexico Issue 80

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Satya Nadella:

"When I come to Mexico and see the impact of technological innovation in all aspects of life, in business and industry, it is something extremely important to us. We want to continue to help build the e-commerce in Mexico."
Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO 

Alfonso Navarrete Prida:

"In the work environment, the administration headed by President Enrique Pe√Īa Nieto has a clear and precise objective designing appropriate measures to democratize productivity, so that the results and benefits of economic growth are reflected in each and every Mexican household."
Alfonso Navarrete Prida, Secretary of Labor and Social Welfare of Mexico 

Antonio Ocaranza:

"For the benefit of consumers, trade in established or online stores is very intense in Mexico. But Walmart is positioned like no other player to make the convergence of both worlds."
Antonio Ocaranza, Communication Director, Walmart Corporative Office 

Hideki Ono:

"Pioneer will build a new plant in Mexico. The construction will start in February 2016 to be up and running in February of 2017. The project requires an initial investment of $250,000 for the land. When the plant is operational, the level of production will amount to two million units per year and the goal is to create 450 jobs by 2019."
Hideki Ono, President of Pioneer Electronics in Mexico

Jose Calzada Rovirosa:

"The Mexican Food Processing Industry exports closed 2015 with a value of US$28,000 million and in 2016 they will climb 10% to reach US$30,500 million. This places them at a historical level."
Jose Calzada Rovirosa, Secretary of Agriculture, Cattle Raising, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (Sagarpa)

Federico Gomez:

"Although there has been sustained growth, Mexico is a step behind. In three years this leading payments company has had more than 2 million accounts with a turnover of 3 digits. Given the size of the population and economy, we should have had twice the e-commerce and there are a number of reasons for this. One of them is because there simply are not enough entrepreneurs."
Federico Gomez, Director of PayPal Mexico

Antonio Arranz:

"These types of investments, such as incorporating the best technologies in the land-based flotilla, reflect the commitment of the Express Division of Deutsche Post DHL The group has a commitment to the environment and its partners to provide them with the utmost efficiency plus secure tools that guarantee our customers the quality service that has characterized our firm for 35 years in Mexico."
Antonio Arranz, CEO of DHL Mexico

Rafael Fernandez Macgregor:

"We are initiating an important stage of e-commerce in Mexico and it is a great opportunity for Pymes. Today, e-commerce business is small and GoDaddy wants to make the purchase and design of a domain page very accessible. Our goal is a page that is affordable to initially set up and run for the cost of a soda a month."
Rafael Fernandez Macgregor, Director of GoDaddy for Latin America 

Jose Carlos Azcarraga:

"The generation of direct investment that the federal government is pushing in different regions of the country encourages more tourism businesses to invest in this sector. The more productive direct investment reaching Mexico, the greater the positive impact on tourism.‚ÄĚ
Jose Carlos Azcarraga, General Director of Grupo Posadas

Armando Avila:

"Nissan is still the leader in Mexico in production, exports and sales. This is a market that has gained the preference of consumers in Mexico. We will continue working to generate more robust processes that guarantee the highest quality available in the global industry for our customers."
Armando Avila, Vice President of Manufacturing for Nissan Mexicana

Eric Perez-Grovas:

"Banxico is interested in helping create a greater democratization of electronic collection in the country, so that every Mexican has the possibility of having an electronic method for online purchasing. The initiative is moving in that direction and there are various initiatives underway and we have noticed a very important receptivity."
Eric Perez-Grovas, President of the Mexican Association of Online Sales (AMVO)

Matteo Renzi:

"Structural reforms have increased the interest of Italian companies to invest in Mexico and increase their presence. When all is considered the bilateral relationship has great potential for the future. Italy has great interest in increasing their investments in Mexico, mainly in the energy sector, especially after the energy reform was approved."
Matteo Renzi, Prime Minister of Italy