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Puebla, Mexico

Puebla is the fourth largest city in Mexico by area and population after Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey, located in the state of the same name. Puebla was one of the first cities founded by the Spanish conquistadors in 1530. And in 1987 it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Check localcollegeexplorer… Read More »

Vacation in Mexico

The most beautiful regions in Mexico Mexico is a huge country . Many people sometimes like to underestimate the distances between places. So if you’re planning to explore all of Mexico , you’ve got to be staying there for over a year . You probably won’t have the time and that’s why we’ll first introduce… Read More »

Mexico Market Opportunities

Compared to Europe, Mexico entered the covid-19 pandemic late. The first wave culminated in the summer months of 2020, to return with a new force at the turn of 2020/21. The Mexican economy, already on the brink of recession, was hit by the pandemic in several sensitive areas – foreign trade, tourism and the oil… Read More »

Mexico Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry Distribution and sales… Read More »

Mexico Country Information

Imagine: here you are standing in a tropical thicket and, to the cries of colorful parrots, you are examining Mayan hieroglyphs on the walls of Palenque temples. Or, merging into one with a surfboard, rowing towards the surf, bringing down powerful turquoise waves on the coast, and bright white beaches stretch behind you. Or scuba… Read More »

Mexico in the 1940’s

After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mexico broke off relations with Japan on December 9, 1941; on the 12th, with Germany and Italy; 13, with Bulgaria and Hungary; and at the Rio de Janeiro conference he exerted great influence. Then, the sinking of the tanker Potrero de Llano and another, on May 20, 1942, two days before… Read More »

Mexico Foreign Trade

Mexico’s trade, which had been very scarce during the first fifty years of independence, began to develop rapidly towards the end of the last century, thanks to the progress of mining and agricultural production and especially to the improvement of the means of transport, that is to say the construction of the railways which allowed… Read More »