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Nearshoring will start to accelerate in Mexico: Index

Nearshoring will begin to accelerate in Mexico, so the country's new industrial policy must weigh this trend, highlighted the National Council of the Exporting Manufacturing Industry (Index).



U.S. farmers urge Washington to challenge Mexico's looming ban on GM corn

Farmers in the United States are urging their government to challenge a looming Mexican ban on genetically modified (GM) corn under a regional free trade agreement, warning of billions of dollars of economic damage to both countries.



Ultimatum threat in the energy dispute increases pressure from the United States on Mexico

According to Reuters, the White House is preparing a final warning to Mexico before opening the door to sanctions under the free trade agreement. Energy Secretariat responds: "we are a free and sovereign state".



Mexican company signs joint venture to explore green hydrogen opportunities in the country.

The company H2V2 Mexico signed a joint venture agreement with the Spanish company H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies to start operations in Mexico and seek energy solutions in the field of green hydrogen.



Japan restricts chip equipment exports as US seeks to contain China.

The Japanese government has decided to expand restrictions on the export of 23 types of key technology in chip manufacturing, following in the footsteps of the US in limiting China's access to these knowledges.



The IDB urges Latin America to update laws to accelerate the transition to a circular economy.

An analysis by the multilateral shows that countries are on the right path towards circularity and that combined action with different actors will be key to meeting climate goals.