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IMPACT FROM THE U.S. SLOWDOWN: Mexico has faced the impact from the U.S. slowdown in three main macroeconomic fronts:ts... more>>

MACROECONOMIC SITUATION: Despite the impact Mexico has experienced, it is very important to acknowledge... more>>

MEXICO’S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: The government has revised its estimates of GDP growth from 2.4% to 2.0% in 2008 and from 3.0% to 1.8% in 2009... more>>

  • Thursday October 30, 2008 @ 7pm, POA’s BEYOND BORDERS KICKOFF TOUR CONCERT... more>>

  • September 18 - November 1, 2008, Celebration, Photographs by Graciela Iturbide... more>>




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  • Tuesday, October 21st, 2008
    Mexico’s Outlook: The Global Financial Crisis and its Effects on Mexico
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Considered one of the nation’s top three business centers and the closest of the three to the U.S. border, Monterrey has a flourishing hotel, restaurants and business infrastructure and a wide assortment of cultural and tourist attractions.

One of the city’s main business attractions is the Cintermex Convention, Exhibition, and Business Center, located ten minutes from Monterrey’s Downtown. This handicap accessible, state-of-the-art building center has 18 Convention Halls designed to hold 10 to 2,150 people. It is connected to two 2 hotels: Holiday Inn Parque Fundidora by a tunnel, and Antaris Cintermex by a bridge... more>>


The USMCOC-NE organized a members-only roundtable discussion with Ambassador Ruben Beltran, Consul General of Mexico in New York in August. Ambassador Beltran led an outstanding discussion on the Mexico-United States bilateral agenda, including the most relevant topics such as the current Mexico’s drug war, the pending energy reform, the immigration agenda, the upcoming U.S. elections, and the economic projections for these two countries. The USMCOC-NE plans to hold these types of discussions on a regular basis in an effort to promote understanding and communication on bilateral issues between the two countries.

Mexico’s Custom and Trade Facilitation Seminar
By: Guillermo Sánchez Chao

On past days the Northeast Chapter of the United States – Mexico Chamber of Commerce invited me to participate on its Mexico’s Custom and Trade Facilitation seminar held at New York City, same that resulted in a very gratifying experience for all the participants.

Being a Mexican lawyer in a United States forum represented a challenging experience, as my goal was to transmit the new measures taken by the Mexican government in order to improve its custom and trade policies while addressing a audience that is not fully familiarized with the Mexican legal system.

As such, my participation at the event was aimed to answer the questions that are typically posted in the American exporter’s mind while trading with a Mexican partner; questions that we all have to admit are more and more challenging as the trade between our two countries continues to increase in volume and value... more>>

Calpulli Mexican Dance Co. presents the 3rd and final session in 2008 of its donation-based children's dance program

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MANO A MANO MEXICAN CULTURE WITHOUT BORDERS invites you to our 5th annual community celebration of Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead at St. Mark's Church in the Bowery

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USMCOC-NE Management Committee:
The Management Committee: Rodrigo Amaré, Eduardo Ramos-Gómez, Pat Sabino, Alexis Rovzar, Jorge Mariscal, Denise Simon and Rosemary Werrett.

Newsletter Committee:
Alejandro Ramos, Executive Director; Isabel Fernandez, Trade Representative.

The news reported in USMCOC-Northeast Chapter newsletter does not necessarily reflect the official position of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.

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