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Information provided by the Mexico Trade Commission-Bancomext’s New York Office... more>>

Mexico’s economy will keep growing at moderate to strong pace...more>>

US$2.638 billion to be invested in industrial parks in Mexico... more>>

Aerospace industry giant interested in bringing new business to Mexico…more>>

GE generates more employment in Mexico...more>>

  • April 23 - July 6, 2008, Double Album: Daniel Guzmán and Steven Shearer... more>>
     

  • Tuesday, April 29, 2008 from 6 - 9 PM, DROP IN to avoid DROP OUT
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  • Wednesday, April 30, Coral Bracho at World Voices Festival 2008... more>>
     

  • Thursday, May 1, Carmen Boullosa at World Voices Festival 2008... more>>
     

  • Friday, May, 2, Kampion Algorythm & Blues
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  • STRASBURGER & PRICE

  • NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL

  • BELMONT CHILDCARE

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  • Monday, May 5th 2008
    Cinco de Mayo Luncheon

  • Tuesday, May 13th 2008
    IV Annual Mexico’s Real Estate Investments Forum

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The USMCOC-NE started 2008 with a very busy events calendar. On February 6th, it organized a conference with Dr. Bruno Ferrari, the CEO of ProMexico, the new organization for international business promotion that was conceived and launched by President Calderon as a strategy to position Mexico as one of the top economies in the world and one of the best countries to do business with.

Dr. Ferrari’s presentation included a comprehensive description of the role of ProMexico as facilitator and guide for FDI and trade in Mexico, as well as an overview of the Investment opportunities in Infrastructure, Tourism, Real Estate and Biotech, among other sectors. The high turnout for the conference indicated the significant interest of the business community to invest in Mexico.

For the third year in a row, the USMCOC-NE, held its “III Annual Hispanic Market Forum” on February 19th. This year’s program started with an introductory discussion about Statistics and Demographics of Hispanics in the U.S. presented by Dr. Jeff Passel, Senior Research Associate at the PEW Hispanic Center. By putting into perspective the significant share of this market segment in the U.S., as well as its expected growth for the following years, Dr. Passel’s presentation was certainly an eye-opener for many attendees. The program continued with four specialized panels on the Evolution of U.S. Products and Services for the Hispanic Market, Mexican and Emerging Companies in the Hispanic Market, Latest Developments in Hispanic Media, and Sports and Entertainment, in which experts discussed and exchanged ideas among themselves as well as with the audience. The dynamic format of the panels ensured that the conference was both informative and interactive
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Tarahumara: Dances of the Raramuri Natives of the Sierra Madre in Northern Mexico

Saturday, June 7th at 12PM and Sunday, June 8th, 2008 at 2: TOPAZ ARTS, 55-03 39th Avenue in Woodside, Queens, For questions and registration call 718-507-2617 or write to info@calpullidance.org


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USMCOC-NE Management Committee:
The Management Committee: Rodrigo Amaré, Eduardo Ramos-Gómez, Pat Sabino, Alexis Rovzar, 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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