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May, 2018

  • 3 May

    What 19 in 20 Americans Don’t Know About World Poverty

    What 19 in 20 Americans Don’t Know About World Poverty An overwhelming majority—95 percent—of Americans are confused about the state of global poverty By: Chelsea Follett An overwhelming majority—95 percent—of Americans are confused about the state of global poverty. A survey from the late Hans Rosling’s web project Gapminder assessed the public’s knowledge …

April, 2018

March, 2018

  • 24 March

    Baja California is preparing with infrastructure in case of ceasing of NAFTA

    -Editorial Faced with the expectation that a renegotiation of NAFTA will be achieved, state governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid stated that he is hopeful that this treaty will be a win, win, win for the 3 countries at stake. The state executive mentioned that he believes that the treaty will …

  • 11 March

    The United States imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) Canada and Mexico are exempt while negotiating NAFTA. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, signed a Proclamation that imposes tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, but said that his country should show flexibility and cooperation with friendly countries. “Canada and Mexico …

February, 2018

  • 23 February

    NAFTA moves forward in 2018

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD). – Automotive content rules in NAFTA. The seventh round of NAFTA will take place from February 25 to March 5 in Mexico City. Rules of origin is one of the most discussed topics in conversations. “The rules for automotive content, one of the most …

  • 19 February

    The economy of Baja California and Mexico grew in the last year

    By: Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) Against all odds, Mexico’s economy has growth in the first year of Trump. One year after Trump took office, NAFTA remains in place. When Trump won the election a year ago, the Mexican peso fell by approximately 11%. A year later, the Mexican economy is …

  • 15 February

    CANACINTRA MEXICALI STRESSES POSITIVE INVESTMENT IMPACT IN THE STATE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA DESPITE UNCERTAINTY WITH NAFTA

    -Editorial With three weeks in his new role, in an interview with Beyond Borders Gazette, the current president of Canacintra Mexicali, Eugenio Lagarde, shared his opinion in relation to the statement released by Coparmex after spreading in a press conference that only 9.4% of entrepreneurs in the state of Baja …

January, 2018

  • 20 January

    Rises in electrical rates lower competitiveness in Baja California and the northern border

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD). The rise in energy inputs affects the maquila and the industry. “Some effects of the rise in energy inputs are the closure of companies, loss of jobs, low competitiveness and raised prices of goods and services,” said Dr. Alejandro Díaz Bautista, economist, national researcher …

  • 13 January

    Impacts of the United States Tax Reform in 2018

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist, (PhD). “The tax reform of the United States is the largest tax modification in the country for decades. By increasing the national debt at a time when the economy is doing well, the fiscal proposal threatens to leave Congress with less room to maneuver to …

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