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With the slogan "Innovation, Growth and Social Welfare” 41 countries pledged to strengthen the Digital Economy. LOVIS was invited to sponsor the meeting as a success case in Information Technology.
With a weak local economy, the Mexican peso will continue at the expense of the dollar; and as the "Harrier dog" in Garcia Marquez novel, can crash the local market and biting every cheerful prognosis in its way.
With a weak local economy, the mexican peso will continue at the expense of the dollar; and as the "Harrier dog" in Garcia Marquez novel, can crash the local market and biting every cheerful prognosis in its way.
NEWS (Economy) - The devaluation of the Mexican peso against the dollar and the reaction of announced that the Bank of Mexico to auction $ 200 million to address currency volatility and market speculation.
Directly invited for the Ontario Trade Minister Michael Chan, Rafael Funes, Executive Chairman of LOVIS, a subsidiary of British LOVIS Holdings, seeks to present their value proposal to companies in the automotive and aerospace sectors in Canada. They want to advance the project to penetrate the Canadian market and he was interviewed as part of the ninth edition of the International Economic Forum of the Americas, celebrated in Toronto with the assistance of two thousand political and economic leaders.
Sierra Oil & Gas, Talos Energy and Premier make up the winning consortium of two contract areas; in this call they were tendered 14 blocks, of which 12 were deserted
Since 2010, the Mexican automotive industry has shown a dynamic and continuous growth becoming a cornerstone of the economic development in Mexico despite the apparent adversity that the country has faced. What is causing this boom and what is the Mexican economy expecting for the coming years?
This is how Charles Dickens described, in History of two cities, a time full of changes and uncertainty. It seemed that Mexico today is not far to look like the description of the unpredictable Europe of finals of the 13th century.
The drop in oil prices has affected public finances and the outlook seems without change in the short term. Therefore, a preventive measure has been to cut public spending 124 MMDP, and since there is no expected increase in taxes, our government is left with no choice but to recognize is time to buckle down, as the Secretary of Treasure stated on Tuesday April 21.