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1. International Trade Big Loser in a Trump Administration
November 19, 2016

Free trade may be among the losers in a new Trump administration. The Trans Pacific Partnership is dead in Congress. The 1994 NAFTA agreement may be up for renegotiation, and our European partners fear TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, is on life support. As Mil Arcega reports, analysts blame protectionist rhetoric for the growing anti-trade sentiment.... (read more)

2. Mexico, US Chamber of Commerce Vow to Defend Joint Trade Ties
November 16, 2016

Mexico's government and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday vowed to step up efforts to defend bilateral trade worth more than $500 billion a year, attempting to quell concerns about the impact of a Donald Trump presidency. U.S. President-elect Trump sparked fears of economic crisis in Mexico by threatening to ditch the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which comprises the United States, Mexico and Canada, if he cannot renegotiate it in his country's...... (read more)

3. Jobs and Trade Agreements Top Concern Among Indiana Workers
April 29, 2016

On the presidential campaign trail in the Midwest state of Indiana, a top concern is the loss of manufacturing jobs, which many workers blame on trade agreements like the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, while several presidential candidates oppose such accords, they cannot necessarily expect support from workers facing unemployment.... (read more)

4. SWOT Analysis of Global OCTG Market Report - 2018
June 17, 2015

• Future Growth of Global OCTG Industry is expected to be led by China and NAFTA • Industry consolidation by the means of mergers and acquisitions is anticipated to present huge opportunities for both small and large players in the Global OCTG industry. Ken Research announced its latest publication on “Global OCTG Market Outlook to 2018-Rising Level of Deepwater Exploration to Stimulate Market Growth”, which provides detailed overview of OCTG market worldwide. The report covers various aspects such as market size of Global OCTG products, segmentation on the basis of different types ... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

5. Global OCTG Industry Future Outlook and Research Analysis
November 29, 2014

Global OCTG Market Outlook to 2018 – Rising Level of Deepwater Exploration to Stimulate Market Growth presents a comprehensive analysis OCTG market worldwide. The report covers various aspects such as market size of Global OCTG products, segmentation on the basis of different types of products such as seamless and welded, by types of grades including API and Premium, by onshore and offshore fields and on the basis of geography covering China, Asia, NAFTA, South-America, EU-27, CIS, the Middle-East and Africa. The report is useful for OCTG products manufacturers, suppliers and wholesalers of se... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

6. What is the maquiladora industry PROSEC program?
October 23, 2013

Before the NAFTA agreement came into effect, Mexico’s maquiladora industry rules once allowed inputs from virtually any country to be duty free. Regardless of their country of origin, materials and components used in the manufacturing of end products for export were imported completely duty-free, since the materials were considered to be in Mexico only temporarily (the only condition on this tariff waiver being that the materials be exported out of Mexico before their export deadline). However, things changed with NAFTA, to establish a similar system, but only among member nations. Withou... (read more)

Author: Alan Russell

7. Work and Live in the US with TN Visa
October 15, 2013

The TN Visa enables Canadians and Mexican citizens to work in the U.S. under the NAFTA, to create a freedom of labor movement. The visa can last for up to three years. It can be renewed, and there are no limits on how many TN Visas are issued each year. It bears some similarities to H-1B Visa, but you are required to be from a specific set of occupations to be eligible. Advantages of the TN Visa • It can be obtained quickly • Indefinite number of TN Visas issued • Renewable, for an indefinite period of time • If you are a Canadian citizen, the visa can be obtained at the border w... (read more)

Author: tnvisa expert

8. Manufacturers in Mexico will benefit from improving transportation infrastructure
September 19, 2013

The state of Mexico’s transportation logistics and infrastructure is rapidly improving. In fact, according to the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index of 2012, out of 155 countries, Mexico logistics rank relatively high at 47th. In addition to the transportation freedom afforded by NAFTA, Mexico presents an improving environment with adequate and expanding transportation and logistics benefits for manufacturers in Mexico. Mexico shares a 3,145 -km border with the US – the largest consumer economy in the world – a vital component for competitive manufacturing. With 11,000 kilometers of... (read more)

Author: Alan Russell

9. Mexico to End Oil Monopoly
August 23, 2013

Mexico has broken a 75 year state monopoly on energy which could boost flagging growth and double foreign investment, potentially providing the biggest succour to its economy since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) two decades ago. Oil companies have welcomed the energy reforms by President Enrique Pena Nieto, but said the government will have to offer competitive terms if it is to attract foreign investment needed to the country’s vast untapped oil riches. Mexico’s oil industry is dominated by the state oil firm Pemex, but it needs investment and expertise to develop new oil and... (read more)

Author: Mark miller

10. Mexican Manufacturing Benefits US Industry
August 02, 2013

When NAFTA was first implemented in the early 1990s, the fear was that Mexican manufacturing would cost the US jobs and wreak havoc upon US industry. Mexico was viewed largely as an economic competitor that would pilfer US employment opportunities, businesses, and bring about the demise of national economic prosperity. This set of assumptions was merely the result of a misconception of the nature of the US-Mexico industrial alliance. In reality, China has been a much more formidable concern in terms of low wages and competition for industry stateside. The past decade, however, has amply s... (read more)

Author: Alan Russell

11. Everything You Wanted to Know About Having a Playa Del Carmen Property
April 18, 2013

If you would like Playa Del Carmen property, you may be wondering whether you'll be able to really own a property in Mexico. Mexico is really a beautiful place that lots of foreigners yearn to have a home. As outlined by Mexican law, one can acquire home within 50KM and 100KM in the ocean front and country boarder respectively via Mexican corporation establishment or possibly a bank trust. NAFTA, the industry North American agreement on free trade, prevents the Mexican government from expropriating home directly or indirectly. Thus, foreigners have absolutely nothing to concern you with having... (read more)

Author: L Ganas

12. Get 20% Discount Offer on: Tower & Jib Cranes in NAFTA to 2015: Market Guide
January 08, 2013

http://www.bharatbook.com/manufacturing-market-research-reports/tower-jib-cranes-in-nafta-to-2015-market-guide.html Or For Getting detail list kindly visit : http://www.bharatbook.com/discountoffer_detail.asp?id=16 Bharat Book Bureau Tel: +91 22 27810772 / 27810773 Fax: + 91 22 27812290 Email: info@bharatbook.com Website: www.bharatbook.com Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/researchbook Our Blogs: http://www.linkedin.com/company/bharat-book-bureau http://financemarketreports.blogspot.com/ "> Synopsis Tower & Jib Cranes in NAFTA to 2015: Market Guideprovides... (read more)

Author: Bharat Book Bureau

13. The Medical Device Market: Mexico
December 18, 2012

Medical imports represent most of the market, being valued at US$3.0 billion in 2011. Mexico is estimated as the largest medical equipment market in the Latin American region. The market is dominated by imports, principally from the USA. US manufacturers benefit from geographic proximity and preferential terms under NAFTA. Some of these imports, however, are used to produce goods which are eventually sent back to the USA. Mexico is the third largest medical importer in the Americas, behind the USA and Canada; Brazil is not a big importer in comparison, as it relies on local production. http:/... (read more)

Author: Bharat Book Bureau

14. NAFTA 20-Year Conference in San Antonio
November 28, 2012

Jobs seem to be to focal point of any economic discussion these days, especially since the market crash of 2008. This remains true when it comes to those related to international trade agreements like NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement. The NAFTA-20 conference was recently held in San Antonio, Texas, where NAFTA was signed in 1992. It was held by the North American Development Bank and the Association de Empresarios Mexicanos, and attended by more than five hundred business, government, and logistics leaders from across the continent. The speakers and business leaders that atten... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

15. Overview on TN visa to US.
November 05, 2012

According to the agreement between US, Canada and Mexico there is a list of jobs which are included in the NAFTA agreement and only Canadians and Mexicans are eligible for these TN jobs in US. They are allowed to live and work in US and given TN status. Pre-approval from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service is not required for issuing a TN visa to a foreign national. At the US consulate or embassy the TN visa applications can be submitted directly. The valid visa issued is valid for three year period. Before the current status expires the TN workers can apply for additional three... (read more)

Author: Nancy Mervin

16. Aerospace OEMS: Analyzing a Move to Mexico
November 05, 2012

With exponential growth apparent in Mexico’s aerospace industry, business owners have good reason to explore whether manufacturing in Mexico makes economic and strategic sense. From 1986 to 1994, few Mexico-based companies pursued aerospace manufacturing (Manufacturing Mexico) activities. However, in the decade following NAFTA’s implementation in 1994, scattered Mexican aerospace industry growth occurred. From 2005 forward, major OEMs have made their presence felt in Mexico. This boom has resulted in an increase in the number of aerospace manufacturing suppliers present in Mexico from 100... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

17. Manufacturing in Mexico: Five Critical Issues for Companies
September 19, 2012

When manufacturing in Mexico, paying careful attention to five challenging issues can mean the difference between smooth sailing through Mexican customs and a steady stream of delays – and costs. That’s the advice of Jim Clarke, vice president of new business development for FOCUS Business Solutions, Inc. Based in Taylor, Mich., FOCUS assists companies in managing their U.S. import processes through handling customs issues, classification of manufactured products and verification of NAFTA eligibility, among other details. “A lot of times, there are very common errors related to U.S.-Mexi... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

18. Mexico Manufacturing Information - The offshore group
September 18, 2012

At the 2012 NAFTA Commission Meeting Washington, D.C., April 3, 2012, the group’s leaders agreed that wide-ranging, sustainable economic growth and job creation remain high priority issues. Since its entry into force in 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has subsidized amplified trade and investment between the three countries in order to boost regional economic competitiveness. Today, the NAFTA signatories agree on pursuing goals aimed at achieving increased trade and investment and reduced governmental costs. In other words, goals aimed at increasing North American global ... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

19. Aware of eligibility criteria for most TN jobs in US?
September 17, 2012

For citizens of Canada and Mexico who are coming to work in the U.S. in specific professional positions the TN visa categories are reserved. A professional job is generally described within the immigration context as a job requiring at least a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent college-level education. This remains true for the TN visa category. For the TN status eligibility both the occupational classifications and educational and / or professional requirements for each position are specified in the NAFTA agreement. A primary requirement of at least a college-level (Bachelor’s) degree is a m... (read more)

Author: Nancy Mervin

20. Selling Medical Devices in the EU-Medical Device Directive, CE & FDA -Webinar By GlobalCompliancePa
September 11, 2012

Overview: Medical devices sold into the European Union (EU) must comply with the applicable medical device directives, EU laws similar to FDA's regulations. Medical devices declared compliant must bear a CE mark in order to be admitted into the 29 member countries comprising the EU. The market population of these 29 countries is 450 million people, exceeding the 420 million people served by NAFTA (USA, Canada & Mexico), so many companies have an interest in penetrating this market. This presentation will provide an explanation in layman's terms of the various routes to CE marking of medical de... (read more)

Author: Webinar Web

21. Aware of US TN visa applicant steps for Canadian citizens?
September 11, 2012

A special economic and trade understanding created between Mexico, Canada and United States is the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Temporary entry into the United States to take on in business activities at a professional level is permitted under the TN non-immigrant classification for the eligible qualified Canadian and Mexican citizens who apply. To seek admission as TN non-immigrants the types of professionals who are eligible are accountants, engineers, lawyers, pharmacists, scientists, and teachers. The following steps are involved for TN visa application by Canadian cit... (read more)

Author: Nancy Mervin

22. Aware of US temporary professional work visa types?
August 27, 2012

Applicants for temporary employment of foreign professionals may qualify for other visa categories too including TN visa category. Since these categories offer more flexibility in the type of job that can be performed as well as Green Card sponsorship for the foreign national employers may want to consider these. Workers who either don’t qualify for TN visas since they are not Canadian or Mexican citizens or their professional is not on the NAFTA list can opt for alternate visa categories. E-1, E-2, H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, and O-1 are the other visa categories appropriate for professional workers. ... (read more)

Author: Nancy Mervin

23. Wheels Up for New Aerospace-Focused Technology Institute in Guaymas
August 18, 2012

The Mexican medical device industry is one of its most significant manufacturing sectors. Although Mexico manufacturers many medical devices, it imported product valued at US $2.0 billion in 2011, mainly from the U.S. U.S. manufacturers. These companies profit from their close proximity, and superior terms of trade under NAFTA. Mexico is the third largest importer of medical devices in the Americas, behind the U.S. and Canada. As regards its manufacturing capacity in this sector, Mexican labor produces general supplies, plastic and metal parts, disposable medical products, orthopedic products,... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

24. Mexico and Medical Devices
August 18, 2012

The Mexican medical device industry is one of its most significant manufacturing sectors. Although Mexico manufacturers many medical devices, it imported product valued at US $2.0 billion in 2011, mainly from the U.S. U.S. manufacturers. These companies profit from their close proximity, and superior terms of trade under NAFTA. Mexico is the third largest importer of medical devices in the Americas, behind the U.S. and Canada. As regards its manufacturing capacity in this sector, Mexican labor produces general supplies, plastic and metal parts, disposable medical products, orthopedic products,... (read more)

Author: Steven Colantuoni

25. The United States or Just America
August 07, 2012

Does the United States actually exist as the country we once knew, or is this nation really just some sort of transitional nation which is or will be called America? The concept of our founding fathers, obviously, was to create a Constitutional Republic where men could pursue their dreams and live a life free from the twisted whims of tyrants. Of course, as we all know, nothing man-made lasts forever and it appears that dream is either dead or dying and at a rapid pace. I believe what we now have, is exactly what the framers fought to rid themselves of, a dictatorship run by petty demagogues i... (read more)

Author: Brett Baker

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