Rum will no longer be Bacardi Mexico's priority for the time being. The company said it will focus on producing alcohol for hand sanitizers, in light of the health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
General Rodolfo Rodriguez Quezada, president of Aerospace Fair Mexico (FAMEX), and Dr. Efren Calvo, executive president of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China, signed an agreement for the promotion of the fourth edition of the event in China, as well as the representation and legal advice in the Asian country.
Hotel groups operating in the country have announced partial or total closures of their facilities because it is not feasible to maintain them with minimum occupancy due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has practically paralyzed the world.
Assemblers in the industrial zone of the state of San Luis Potosi implemented a contingency plan for the global crisis caused by the coronavirus. In such a way that the some automotive plants installed in municipalities of San Luis Potosi and Villa de Reyes are going to suspend works in a gradual and systematic way.
The spread of the coronavirus already affects the Mexican electronics manufacturing industry, as the import of Chinese components has been delayed or even canceled, due to the closure of factories in the Asian country.
Huawei officially launched its application store, which already has 400 million active users around the world. With over 219 billion app downloads worldwide by 2019, it is positioned as a new option for consumers looking for a safe and reliable alternative to the App Store and Google Play.
From today on, any company from different sectors that seeks to consolidate its industrial projects in technological platforms, can start it up through the LANIB Industrial Innovation Center in its National Industry 4.0 Laboratory and Blockchain created by public and private institutions, hand in hand with the Ministry of Economic Development.
Telefonica, in a financial report sent to the Madrid Stock Exchange, informed its shareholders that between 2017 and 2019 it generated US$191 million from the sale of towers and other assets related to this type of infrastructure in Latin America and that particularly in 2019 it achieved that "positive result" of US$103 million for the spectrum...
Mexico is preparing for the secondary provisions of the Fintech law and one of the closest changes is the regulation of open banking, according to the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV).