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  • Is Mexico the "New" China?

    According to corporate consultant AlixPartners, Mexico has leapfrogged China to be ranked as the cheapest country in the world for companies looking to manufacture products for the U.S. market. India is now No. 2, followed by China and then Brazil. In fact, Mexico's cost advantages and has become so cheap that even Chinese companies are moving ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on July 17, 2010
  • The New Global Economic Reality

    Real estate opportunities in Mexico! How to prosper & avoid the coming storm and prolonged economic stagnation in the USA. First: A reality check on Mexico Mexico is in a unique position to reap many of the benefits of the decline of the US economy. In order to not violate NAFTA and other agreements the U.S.A. cannot use direct protectionism, ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on July 27, 2009
  • Recession's Grip May Be Weakening

    Jobs may appear first in construction, manufacturing, transportationGlimmers of an economic recovery seem to be emerging, though older Americans may continue to feel the pain for months to come.Economists say signs of a rebound are mounting, suggesting the recession may be close to bottoming out. But it could be another nine to 12 months, or ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on June 8, 2009
  • Clearing a Path for Development at the U.S.-Mexico Border

    California and Baja are Merging to Become Cali-Baja!! This is amust read article by the N.Y. Times If you are planning on doing business inBaja. See why Baja is going to become a "Global Powerhouse for CommercialGrowth" TIJUANA, Mexico — On a recent weekday morning, Mexican soldiers carrying automatic weapons stood in a thin line ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on June 5, 2009
  • Current Hot Topics in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Market

    By Matthew A. MillerAs the Mexico resort real estate market continues to gain popularity among North Americans, one common theme exists; an increasing demand for insightful and relevant information among the entire Mexican resort real estate community, including developers, realtors, owners, resellers and potential buyers. This is especially true ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on January 31, 2009
  • Mexico's Tourism Industry Predicted to Grow in Spite of the Crisis

    According to Miguel Torruca, President of Mexico's National Tourism Federation, Mexico's tourism industry remains strong in spite of the global economic problem. In 2008, Mexico will have 22,126,000 visitors representing an increase of 3.3% from 2007. In 2009, it is expected that 22,932,000 people will come to Mexico. This represents an ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on January 13, 2009
  • It's safe, so come on down

    By Anne Hines January 4, 2009            I am a Canadian expatriate and have lived in Baja California for the past 10 years. My husband, Patrick, and I bought a home on the ocean halfway between Tijuana and Rosarito – now situated in the middle of the Drug Corridor. ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on January 13, 2009
  • Foreclosure Bargains in Mexico‚Äôs Touristic Communities

    ·   Buyer Tips to Clarify Conventional Wisdom about Distressed Properties Buyers today have been regularly trained by the United States (US) media to be on the lookout for foreclosures as one of the staples of getting a great deal in the current real estate market. Yet buyers taking that conventional wisdom south of the border ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on December 14, 2008
  • Shopping in Mexico: You May Be Surprised At Your Options

    If you think you can get away from the big box retail chains by moving to Mexico, think again. Walmart is the largest private employer in Mexico. Since expanding to Mexico in 1991, Walmart de Mexico has grown to sales of $18 billion by the end of 2007 according to MMR. No matter where you go in Mexico, you will likely see a Walmart Superstore, ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on December 14, 2008
  • Mexico Living

    by Tom Kerr MEXICO LIVING The cross-border real estate game is evolving quickly and dramatically. Brave or foolhardy souls who bought Mexican land in days gone by routinely assumed nerve-wracking and often catastrophic risks. But these days it may be more financially risky to procrastinate about buying property south of the border, because ...
    Posted to Your Baja Connection Blog (Weblog) by 572090 on October 24, 2008
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