Author: Stanley Bowers

Escucha los comentarios de Maca Carriedo y Javier Garza sobre los temas en la agenda informativa. Comparte tu opinión con nosotros en Instagram, @expansion.daily , acerca del podcast de hoy: El embajador de Estados Unidos, Ken Salazar, dijo que el gobierno de México tiene una agenda muy buena para la seguridad en el Istmo de Tehuantepec y frenar ahí a los migrantes y contrabandistas de droga que se dirigen al norte. Salazar explicó que es más fácil monitorear los 300 kilómetros del Istmo que en los 3 mil kilómetros de la frontera con Estados Unidos. OMS advierte sobre incremento de…

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Everything seems to indicate that we will continue to have relatively high inflation and the increase in interest rates will continue. Although we are not experiencing a catastrophe, we must be careful in what we spend, but above all there are opportunities to save in the face of the increase in interest rates. In Mexico, consumption has recovered but investment remains stagnant. In addition, violence and insecurity in different areas of the country are on the rise and are factors that can harm whether an entrepreneur can think about setting up some type of business or not. For this reason…

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With the relief of the demise of the constitutional reform in electrical matters, and a secondary law lit in the dark by the indecision of the Supreme Court of the Nation, for our largest trading partners there is still much to worry about. For three years, “regulatory bullying” has been practiced in the public administration, where companies are bothered simply because they can and defending against it wears out and costs. Beyond the inconveniences of the companies whose permits are systematically denied -whether they are for hydrocarbons and/or electricity, the country’s energy forecast is “reserved”. That is the term used…

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– Add more and more workers, especially due to a growing number of women who have joined the paid economy.- Have a very low unemployment rate compared to other countries in the region.- Having talent that is increasingly prepared, which reflects that the educational policy has fulfilled its objective of raising the level of schooling. Despite these strengths, something has happened in this market that labor incomes have fallen. In 2019, an average worker earned less per hour than in 1990. This situation affects both sexes equally, but it is much more marked for workers who have a high school…

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There is no way to get lost in the forest. In times of the so-called fourth transformation (4T) tax collection has not grown much. México Evalúa offers data: in 2021, tax revenues increased by just 2.8% compared to the end of 2018, the last year of the past six-year term; an insufficient increase to cushion the pressures that the government faces with public spending. Today, the experts maintain that the elements that are available raise the alerts of concern considering that revenues are not much higher than expenses, fiscal reform is not part of the government’s strategy, oil revenues show…

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As for 8 years, Expansión and the Schulich School of Business are looking for companies that have adopted and actively promote the ESG pillars (environmental, social and corporate governance) in their operations, to be part of the Responsible Companies special. The 2022 edition of this ranking will be published in the edition of october of Expansion magazine. Bases: All Mexican or foreign companies participate for profit with a turnover in the country of more than 1,000 million pesos a year. The shared information will be used EXCLUSIVELY for methodological purposes, it will not be published. To participate it is very…

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“Tourism programs are being developed in the areas where the Mayan Train will have an impact, especially in areas where there will be stations,” Cueto told the media during the inauguration of the 2022 Tourist Tianguis. “There are programs channeled, like the one in Tulum, Río Hondo, programs that are about to start. It is necessary to anticipate that this impact generates a greater spill, and there is a tourist product so that this spill reaches the entire population, ”he added. Previously, the secretary of tourism, Miguel Torruco, reported the delivery of a proposal for 62 package options and tours…

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For the secretary of the interior, Adán Augusto López, the performance of the tourist activity responds to a recovery of the national economy. “After the long night of Covid, tourism is on its feet. Tourism is a sign that Mexico is going to get ahead,” he said. For this edition there is a record of 1,556 buyers from 937 companies from 47 nations, which represent 95% of the international issuing markets that visit Mexico. In addition, there are 1,011 exhibiting companies registered, represented by 2,292 people. Going forward, the secretary of tourism considered that there are “great opportunities” in terms…

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Who was Vicente Corta? He was born in 1964 and studied Law at the Universidad Iberoamericana to later do a master’s degree at Warwick University, in 2006 he was recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and in 2001 he became the head of Consar, after serving as Secretary Executive of the IPAB and General Director of Banking and Savings at the SHCP. In addition to being in public office, Corta was specialized in banking regulation and supported the construction of various financial strategies, such as authorization for the Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA), in addition to…

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