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Top 7 Tijuana Restaurants that Manufacturing in Mexico Execs Love to Visit

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Business is booming on the border. Executives traveling to Tijuana to oversee their Mexico manufacturing operations may be hard at work during the day, but they definitely know where to eat when their workday is done. It’s time to go beyond taco stands and rickety stools (no shaming, we love street tacos!) and see the burgeoning scene that is BajaMed cuisine.

Tijuana is an international town and home to immigrants from every corner of the globe, providing inspiration and twists on Mexican cuisine you won’t find anywhere else. As one of North America’s top foodie destinations as well as a major manufacturing site, executives and team leaders travel back and forth between Tijuana and their sister US operations every day. We’ve talked to international business owners and compiled a list of the the best restaurants they frequent when visiting Tijuana.

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One of the most common questions we receive is, “What is a shelter company?” Though there is a cornucopia of details for expanding manufacturing operations in Mexico, shelter companies in Mexico like Co-Production International exist to manage those details. The Shelter Services Provider allows a foreign manufacturer to work under its existing Mexican corporation under a Maquiladora Program, where it acts as your “shelter” from legal and financial exposure while operating nearshore.

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TIJUANA, MEXICO – December 17, 2018 – Brentwood Industries, Inc., hosted a grand opening celebration for their ninth manufacturing facility located in Tijuana, Mexico. This new facility was launched to more deeply engage Baja California’s Medical and Electronics industries, as well as to better serve current and future customers in Latin America and the western United States. This is Brentwood’s first strategic, global expansion for their Medical Packaging line of products.

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On December 31, 2018, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador published a special decree some border adjustment tax) for businesses operating in the Northern Border Zone in Mexico, sometimes referred to as the “Free Zone.” The new decree aims to attract new investments and create jobs. The new decree went into effect on January 1, 2019 and goes through the year 2020.

“It is a very important project for winning investment, creating jobs and taking advantage of the economic strength of the United States,” said President Lopez Obrador while visiting Monterrey, in the Northern Mexican state of Nuevo León.

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