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[30 May 2011 | One Comment | ]
Mexico: A Middle Class Country!

It is always more challenging to understand oneself that engange in analysing others. It is also more productive. So, how would an X-Ray picture of Mexico come out? According to Cárdenas, Kharas and Henao from Brookings Institution, Mexico is and will be even more, a middle class country.
Latin America is not currently a middle class place; the average size of the middle class for the region is 36.%, with data for 2005. But Mexico, along with only three other Latin American economies has a large middle class. In fact, more …

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[11 May 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Mexico’s Cuisine: A Way for a Merrier World

J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world”. 
Maybe Mexico’s high regard for food explains it merry character and its unique UNESCO’S recognition as Intangible Cutural Heritage for humanity should also be seen as a lesson to follow. In any case, Mexico is definitely more than “what meets the eye” and therefore the America’s Champion for Cultural Heritage.
When it comes to choices, enjoying and learning might transform into a solo word that would describe the …

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[27 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
Mexico Truly Committed with the Environment and Aeronautical Industry through Bio Fuel Leadership

In recent years, Mexico has taken the lead in sustainable and environmental friendly initiatives. Derived from these initiatives, Mexico has achieved outstanding results such as Mexico’s city air quality improvement, outstanding green house emissions reductions, as well as indisputable leadership in COP16.
Now, Mexico has its eyes set on becoming a major World player in the production and consumption of bio jet fuels and it is taking all the necessary steps to become a World class leader in the sector. Oil prices have increased fivefold in just a few years raising …

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[24 Mar 2011 | One Comment | ]
Mexico: Leading Country in Business Location Competitiveness!

According to KPMG, Mexico is the best site for business locations, among 10 countries and 112 cities studied in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The firm, in its 2010 study, “Competitive Alternatives: Guide to International Business Location”, conducts an analysis measuring the combined impact of 26 significant cost components that are most likely to vary by location, as applied to specific industries and business operations.
“Selecting the best site for a business operation requires consideration of both cost and other factors, that significantly influence the competitiveness of locations for different …

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[9 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
Mexico Making Progress in Gender Equality

The Gender Inequality Index (GII) is introduced this year in the 2010 edition of the Human Development Report of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). It measures the inequality between men and women and is designed to reveal the extent to which national human development achievements are eroded by gender inequality, and to provide empirical foundations for policy analysis and advocacy efforts. It varies between zero (when women and men fare equally) and one (when men or women fare poorly compared to the other in all dimensions).
The IGI measures inequality …

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[25 Feb 2011 | One Comment | ]
Mexico: Engineer Production Powerhouse!

Even though we think of Mexico as a country with no talent in engineering and innovation, data and facts from different international organizations prove us wrong. One of the main reasons there is a lot of talent in Mexico and great accomplishments have been achieved is the fact that 451.000 students are currently enrolled in technical and engineering careers. This result is surprising, considering that in the United States there are only 370.000 students enrolled in these careers. Mexico is focusing on the future with these engineers, taking into account …