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2016 election decides who controls the drug trade

Daniel HopsickerMad Cow ProductionsIn the Presidential Election of 2016, Republican and Democratic insiders are wrestling like two dogs over a bone over who controls the illegal drug trade.To the victor go the spoils. Who wins the election wins...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 21, 2016

OPINION - Shields and Brooks 4/17/2015

"Shields and Brooks on Pacific trade deal politics, Clinton and Rubio on the trail" PBS NewsHour 4/17/2015ExcerptSUMMARY:  Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss this week’s ne...
by Mage Soapbox on Apr 20, 2015

US – Mexico Freight Volume is Up 8.2%

The US Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Statistics has released its most recent findings and traffic in the NAFTA region is up 8.2% from 2013.  US trade with both NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico, totaled $102.2 Billion USD.  The str...
by Mexipreneur on Dec 22, 2014

US – Mexico Freight Volume is Up 8.2%

The US Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Statistics has released its most recent findings and traffic in the NAFTA region is up 8.2% from 2013.  US trade with both NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico, totaled $102.2 Billion USD.  The str...
by Mexipreneur on Dec 22, 2014

AMERICA - 20th Year of NAFTA

"20 years on, debating whether NAFTA is success story or damaging policy" PBS Newshour 2/20/2014ExcerptJUDY WOODRUFF (Newshour):  The prospect of reaching new cross-border trade deals was very much on the mind of President Obama during his trip...
by Mage Soapbox on Feb 21, 2014

Bizarro World: Changing America’s Constitutional Republic to a Democracy One Step at a Time, Part 2

The main issue is the Constitution. Everything else is used as a means of misdirection to keep our eyes off that main goal. Once the Constitution goes down, then something else will replace it, allowing the government to not only be in control, but w...
by Study-Grow-Know on Jan 30, 2014

Free Trade Agreement: Planning for a stronger Canada

WHO CUT THE CHEESE PRICE?   The Free Trade agreement in principle was recently signed between Canada and the European Union.  It was hailed as a significant step to boosting the economy of Canada while having minimal negative impact for Canadia...
by CanadianBudgetBinder on Oct 23, 2013

International Business Leaders Thoughts On Doing Business in Mexico

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by Mexipreneur on Mar 21, 2013

U.S.-EU Trade Deal is the Foundation For a New Global Economic Order

The U.S. and EU have agreed to launch negotiations on what would be the world’s largest free trade deal. Such an agreement would be the basis for the creation of an economic NATO and would include trade in goods, services and investment, as well as...
by World Events and the Bible on Feb 27, 2013

Trade War Averted: US and Mexico reach deal on tomato dispute

Emotions have been running high on both sides of the border in the US – Mexico tomato dispute, but this past weekend the US government and Mexican growers reached a deal that would prevent a trade war. The agreement, which … Continue read...
by Mexipreneur on Feb 7, 2013

The Tech Curmudgeon – iMacs “Assembled in USA? Don’t make me ROTFLMAO….

Some iMacs are now apparently "Assembled in USA." The Tech Curmudgeon doesn't think that phrase means what you think it means....
by Scholars & Rogues on Dec 3, 2012

Made in the USA

GOD bless America! Great video,not Bruce Springsteen singing. FTV, Made in the USA song - America - About Free Trade with China, NAFTA, Mexico - US Jobs, Economy, Farmers, Cars, Manufacturing... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Roberts Thoughts on Oct 28, 2012

Enrique Peña Nieto’s Stance on NAFTA

While for the most part we stay away from hot button issues such as politics on Mexipreneur, many people have been asking me how Mexico’s newly elected President will affect business and trade between the NAFTA nations.  While it still …...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 11, 2012

Sending samples to Mexico

Sending samples sounds pretty straightforward, right?  You put the samples in a box, tape it up, ship it off, and hope for the best.  If you are sending samples to a customer or a potential client in Mexico, there are a … Continue reading &#...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 3, 2012

Are you really ready to export to Mexico?

If you were to ask most companies if they would like to increase their sales beyond the domestic market, you would get a resounding “YES!”, but how many of these companies are truly ready to export?  1.  Your company must have …...
by Mexipreneur on May 16, 2012


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