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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".



Raúl Urteaga presents lectures at the Seminar on Cooperation in International Economic Relations at UdeG

Raúl Urteaga, President and CEO of the consulting firm Global Agrotrade Advisors, visited the Center for Economic and Administrative Sciences (CUCEA) of the University of Guadalajara (UdeG) on March 27th and 29th, 2023, as part of the Seminar on "Cooperation in International Economic Relations".



The United States Could Request Dispute Panel

During the 2022 Global Agrobusiness Forum, a call was made for policies and investments to enhance agriculture.



The food surplus with the US reaches a five-year high

The agro-food trade balance between Mexico and the United States presented a positive balance of 15,266 million dollars in the last year, surpassing the figures of the previous five years.



Jalisco Tech Hub Act generates new investment intentions for the state

The public policy created to maximize nearshoring has attracted new investment intentions to the state in the first quarter of the year from companies such as Flextronics, HP, and C3 AI, among others.



First global net zero carbon capture and storage facility in the cement industry: Heidelberg Materials partners with the Govern­ment of Canada

Heidelberg Materials entering a partnership with Canadian government for the construction of the carbon capture facility in Edmonton.