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The Nuts & Bolts of Manufacturing in Mexico and More...

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Since the launch of the New Labor Law in Mexico, I have been discussing and analyzing this matter with my colleagues, whom have broad experience in Human Resources, Labor Relations and Unions, both Public and Private sectors, and here are some of our conclusions:

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Back by popular demand – we’ve opened a new tour date that take you inside Mexico manufacturing. This exclusive opportunity will allow you to access alternative solutions to challenges originated by trade wars, political changes, California rising wages, time-in-transit, procurement and IP protections (just to mention a few).

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On Friday, U.S. President Trump announced that a deal was reached between the United States and Mexico, effectively canceling the tariffs on imports from Mexico that were to go into effect on Monday. Mexico agreed to use their National Guard along their southern border with Guatemala to manage migration, and to offer jobs, healthcare and education to refugees waiting on their asylum cases to be decided by the United States. The United States committed to accelerating the adjudication of asylum claims.

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With the trade war between the United States and China looming, manufacturing companies that are being affected in some way by the imposition of escalating additional tariffs on imported Chinese goods under Section 301, are looking for effective ways to avoid or reduce these tariffs to remain competitive. A number of manufactures, importers, and exporters know that these additional costs will cut into their profit and are now evaluating a co-production model as the best way to protect their bottom-line profitability.

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The term “maquila” or “maquiladora” is often used casually to describe a foreign-owned manufacturing operation in Mexico. Like most words that make it into the

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In today's dynamic manufacturing environment, companies have several attractive options to consider when evaluating a manufacturing expansion to a foreign country. ...

President Trump’s recent threat to impose new tariffs on Mexican imports was a close call. The tax, which could have affected prices for cars, televisions, clothing,

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