|Reshaping NAFTA Could Be Good for Mexico Economy|
Mexico has more policy options than it thinks in renegotiations of the deal likely to start late this year. And it may have less to lose than its northern neighbor.
|Pena Nieto Claims Record Number of Jobs Created During His Administration|
Office of the Mexican Presidency
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said that 140,347 new jobs were created in March of this year, meaning that, “We are reaching a record figure for job creation during this administration: 2.7 million jobs.”
|Mexico-to-US Tourism Drops Since Trump Took Office|
The decline in Mexico-to-U.S. tourism is expected to have a direct economic loss of US$1.1 billion for the U.S. economy.
|90 Percent of Consumer Transactions in Mexico Still Being Paid Using Cash|
Mexico uses more cash than any other country in the Americas — and according to the latest report from PYMNTS.com, it’s use will continue to grow 3 percent a year.
|Foreign Tech Companies are Flocking to Guadalajara|
Guadalajara is cementing its reputation as the tech capital of Mexico. Its annual tech exports have reached $20 billion and are expected to grow further.
|From Farm Workers to Software Developers, Mexicans Increasingly Look to Canada for Jobs|
Mexicans are increasingly looking to Canada for work, as U.S. President Donald Trump talks tough on immigration policy, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau uses exactly the opposite rhetoric.
|New Record High Set Again By Mexican Stock Market|
The country’s benchmark IPC index hit a fresh intraday high on Monday as investors increasingly discount the likelihood that the Trump administration would be able to deliver fully on its protectionist trade policies.
|Cirque du Soleil Among Private-Sector Firms Offering Jobs to Returning Mexicans|
Mexico News Daily
Mexicans deported from the United States are finding unexpected sources of employment, mainly in the private sector.
|Mexico's NAFTA Negotiator: Let's Get This Done Now|
President Trump wants a new trade deal with Mexico. Mexico’s message: Let’s get it done soon before it’s too late.
|Remittance Startup Uses Bitcoin Digital Currency as a Bridge Between Bank Accounts|
A startup called bridge21 thinks it can use bitcoin to beat banks and money transmitters at the international transfer game - at least for remittances to Mexico.
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