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Enrique Esparza from Co-Production International on CEO Money, talking about efficiency of global manufacturing and companies can enter Mexico under the Shelter Program.

Enrique is deeply entrenched in the business of global manufacturing; his passion lies not only in bringing foreign investment to Mexico but more importantly contributing to job growth on both sides of the border. This in turns leads to a healthy and more stable community. Maintaining long standing relationships with US and Mexico government officials, business leaders, trade associations and economic development organizations He is a frequently invited guest representing Mexico’s industry in conferences and panel of discussions to share his expertise on managing foreign operations in Mexico. Recently the Otay Mesa Chamber of commerce recognized Enrique with the award for achievement in International Business at their annual ceremony.

Currently, Enrique serves as C.E.O. of Co-Production International, Inc. and as Vice President of INDEX: Association of Manufacturing and Export Tijuana. He also volunteers his time in the Board of Directors of the Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce (SD County) and the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce (LA Chapter).


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Mexico’s New President-Elect Lopez Obrador and the Future of NAFTA, Mexico Manufacturing
11 Jul 2018 19:31

After Landslide Election Victory, AMLO Talks Trade with Trump and Trudeau On Sunday Mexico went to the polls and elected the leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) of the Morena party in a landslide victory. Capturing the highest share of the vote over rivals not seen since the 1980 election, P [ ... ]

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For the First Time in 100 Years Baja California Railroad (BJRR) Transports Diesel Fuel Into Mexico
04 Jul 2018 23:59

After nearly 3 years of talking to potential customers, planning, permitting and business development today, diesel fuel was imported into Mexico via The Tijuana-Tecate Short Line by BJRR.

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