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The Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico’s principle wine region, used to be a whisper amongst the most dedicated of wine connoisseurs, with some likening it to “The Napa Valley of Mexico.” Not anymore. And there is no better way to celebrate the downright fabulous Mexican wines than through the Fiestas de la Vendimia, or annual harvest festivals. Three weeks of wine, food, music, activities all geared towards one thing – indulge and indulge some more! And hey, this isn’t just us saying it; The Guardian, The Independent, Sunset Magazine, amongst countless others all agree: get here now!

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In today's dynamic manufacturing environment, companies have several attractive options to consider when evaluating a manufacturing expansion to a foreign country. Manufacturing in Mexico and in particular in the Baja California region, gives you access to the best combination of assets for establishing a manufacturing operation.

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President Trump made a surprise tariff announcement today that will impose a new 10% tariff on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports with an effective date of September 1st. This move came after trade talks between the U.S. and China in Shanghai this week. While President Trump remarked that the talks were constructive, he tweeted that the new tariffs were in response China’s desire to renegotiate a previous deal prior to signing, as well as the failure to buy US agricultural products and stop fentanyl sales as promised. China insists it has purchased millions of tons of U.S. soybeans since July 19th, as well as cotton, pork and sorghum.

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President Trump’s recent threat to impose new tariffs on Mexican imports was a close call. The tax, which could have affected prices for cars, televisions, clothing, alcohol, fruits, vegetables, and the fuel that Mexico sends to the United States, was meant to take effect on June 10, starting at 5% and gradually increasing until hitting 25% in October.

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