Yearly archive 2013
Chiles: The definitive spice of Mexico

Chiles: The definitive spice of Mexico

  One of the most frequent flavorings in cuisines as diverse as Indian, Chinese, Moroccan, Hungarian and Mexican is the chile or chili. Some believe that it is perhaps the most commonly used spice in the world. The chile pepper is native to Central and South America. Research into its origins suggests that chile peppers...

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Morelia International Film Festival

Morelia International Film Festival

And thousands of Americans just googled Jodorowsky.   Kanye West –rapper, pop star– is known for his bluster and bravado.  I feel a bit bad for him, he makes a lot of money but no matter how many hits he gets,  it`s never enough.  He has been out on tour lately and venting in public...

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Manufacturing in Mexico, the new China

Manufacturing in Mexico, the new China

Wage increases, the cost of manufacturing, higher costs of oil that lead to higher shipping costs, lack of intellectual property rights protection, midnight conference calls because of the time difference and 16-hour flights for business meetings,  are all contributing factors in why many businesses are moving their manufacturing centers from China to Mexico. Automobile Industry, Top...

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Mexico ranked in Top 5 Countries for Mining Investment

The Behre Dolbear Group Inc., founded in 1911, are minerals industry advisors who publish a yearly survey on where and where not to invest in the minerals industry. In 2013, Mexico again made the Top Five. The Behre Dolbear Group bases their rankings on independent research from within their global network of 12 offices worldwide,...

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Rental Properties In Mexico - Paying Mexican Taxes

Rental Properties In Mexico – Paying Mexican Taxes

Linda Neil is one of Mexico´s foremost real estate experts and is internationally renowned as a speaker and educator. Neil has been a pioneer in the industry in Mexico and has conducted international transactions in Mexico for over 40 years. She is a licensed broker in the state of California, and founder of the Settlement...

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Ejido Properties

Ejido Properties

Linda Neil is one of Mexico´s foremost real estate experts and is internationally renowned as a speaker and educator. Neil has been a pioneer in the industry in Mexico and has conducted international transactions in Mexico for over 40 years. She is a licensed broker in the state of California, and founder of the Settlement...

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Ley De Fideicomiso

Ley De Fideicomiso

Linda Neil is one of Mexico´s foremost real estate experts and is internationally renowned as a speaker and educator. Neil has been a pioneer in the industry in Mexico and has conducted international transactions in Mexico for over 40 years. She is a licensed broker in the state of California, and founder of the Settlement...

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Buying property in Mexico

Buying property in Mexico

Linda Neil is one of Mexico´s foremost real estate experts and is internationally renowned as a speaker and educator. Neil has been a pioneer in the industry in Mexico and has conducted international transactions in Mexico for over 40 years. She is a licensed broker in the state of California, and founder of the Settlement...

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ZIGF Opens submissions for 2014

ZIGF Opens submissions for 2014

The Zihuatanejo International Guitar Festival celebrated its 10-year anniversary in March 2013, bringing to beautiful Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, a week of world class music by international artists from across Mexico, the United States, Canada, Cuba, Spain, Japan, and Brazil. We had a wonderful 10-year anniversary and we hope you were able to join us in our celebration....

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Aeromexico gets a Dreamliner!

Aeromexico gets a Dreamliner!


Photos courtesy of Boeing, Aeromexico and airplanephotos.net This week Aeromexico took delivery of their 1st Boeing 787 Dreamliner, amid fanfare and celebration.   Boeing´s much anticipated, technologically advanced new 787 aircraft has been rolling out commercially since 2011 and despite a few glitches and literal bumps, it represents the most successful launch in commercial aviation...

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InMexico: Arts & Culture podcast -Intercultural Communication

InMexico: Arts & Culture podcast -Intercultural Communication

Today we are talking about Intercultural Communication – the art of communicating across cultural boundaries …      Expats are so often strangers in a strange land.  Foreigners can easily find themselves frustrated in their business or social interactions in Mexico.   Have you ever found yourself in a situation that seemed simple and straightforward but then...

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InMexico Business week, August 16, 2013

InMexico Business week, August 16, 2013

The big news in Mexico this week is the debate over energy reform and the privatization of the state run oil giant PEMEX… Mexico´s president Enrique Peña Nieto proposes Energy Reform amid debate about privatization of Mexico´s petroleum industry       Energy reform and the privatization of Mexico´s oil and gas industry is a...

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