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📰Cemex participa en construcción del acuario más grande de América Latina

Cemex participa en construcción del acuario más grande de América Latina La empresa suministró concretos especializados para este emblemático proyecto en la ciudad mexicana de Mazatlán CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) informó que suministró concretos especializados para la construcción del Acuario de Mazatlán, el acuario más grande de América Latina. El proyecto fue diseñado por el […]

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Stability and recovery, signs of the 4T

The decisions that were made to face the crisis, have allowed a recovery supported by welfare policies, without tax increase and on strategic projects Against the apocalyptic predictions of the opposition, Mexico advances on the road to recovery. For this year, the Ministry of Finance estimates economic growth for 2021 from […]

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📰T-MEC railway: range of possibilities for international trade

The possibility of a rail connection for the North American industrial corridor is latent, which opens a panorama of uninterrupted commercial flow for all companies. Drafting The economic rebound of the US economy at the end of 2020 and the increase in external demand has benefited the plant that exports […]

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Sustainable stadium of yucatan private investment a boost for the construction industry

The venue will be located north of Mérida and will be the home of the baseball Lions and the soccer deer., since its sustainable technology allows the change of stands and court One year after the project was announced, The government of Yucatán reported the progress of the new sports complex of the […]

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📰Road projects that would unburden ‘la 57’

Developments in neighboring states could benefit the saturated highway in the short term 57, through which more than 50 thousand vehicles Five highway concessions could streamline the Mexico-Querétaro highway and benefit, too, to the rest of the towns of El Bajío. The benefit sought is to relieve the traffic of more than 50 thousand vehicles that […]

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📰Investment in the Mayan Train increases to expand its reach: Fonatur🦁

  Now half of the route will be double track, It will also have two elevated sections and electric trains, all with public resources; the delivery date remains in December 2023: Jiménez Pons To achieve greater reach and incorporate better technology, the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur) made several modifications to the […]

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📰Mineras will give Mexico a ‘shine’: will invest their highest amount from 2013

Camimex members will disburse more than 5 billion this year. Investment of 2021 would mean an increase of 43% annual and will be 8% higher than that of 2019. (Shutterstock)   This year, the mining industry in Mexico plans to invest 5 one thousand 34 millions of dollars, the highest amount since 2013 Y 42.5 by […]

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📰Green light for new Braskem plant

The company will develop a maritime terminal to store and process ethane in Veracruz The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) approved the request of the company Braskem Idesa for the construction of an ethane maritime terminal in Veracruz, in which you will invest 50 millions of dollars. The Maritime Terminal of Etano Coatzacoalcos / Nanchital […]

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📰Chinese factories suffer from labor shortages

Labor shortages are materializing across China as young people turn their backs on factory jobs and more migrant workers stay home., offering a possible preview of the bigger challenges that lie ahead as the workforce ages and contracts. With […]

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📰The construction sector in Mexico is reactivated

Mexico City. According to the National Survey of Construction Companies (ENEC), of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), during the month of February 2021 the value of production generated by the construction industry showed a recovery of the 0.5 percent, which means a reactivation signal for […]

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📰The US infrastructure plan could ’push’ to the Mexican economy.

I will reverse 1.2 trillions of dollars in various infrastructure projects. The US infrastructure plan could 'push’ to the Mexican economy. (Shutterstock)   The United States Senate approved an infrastructure plan on Tuesday that will have a positive impact on the Mexican economy, according to analysts. The plan of 1.2 trillions of […]

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📰The construction industry seeks to reduce its carbon emissions🚧

  Debris from demolitions has increased since the earthquake in 2017. (kokouu/Getty Images) The environmental situation is on a red alert. The UN declared that the damages are irreversible, mainly on climate change. The construction industry is directly related to the situation. The National Housing Commission (Conavi) estimate that around […]

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Enlist 24 large real estate and construction projects in CDMX

The real estate sector in CDMX recognized the opening of the Head of Government to encourage joint work between the government and the private initiative to make the economic reactivation of the city more efficient and generate the necessary conditions that give confidence, certainty and security for investors. Téllez Kuenzler stressed that during the last three […]

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Works accelerate on the CDMX section of the Mexico-Toluca Train

The SCT directly awarded a contract for 544 MDP for the construction of a new Mexico-Toluca Train station in CDMX. The new station will serve to connect the fourth section of the Bosque de Chapultepec and the Universidad de la Salud. Photo: SCT Construction of the Mexico-Toluca Interurban Train section, corresponding to […]

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📰Mexico's greater public investment in infrastructure is anticipated📰

The main infrastructure contractors in Mexico have expectations of a considerable increase in public investment in 2022 Y 2023, according to the director of the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC). “We trust that in 2022 Y 2023 there will be an economic sector program much more important than in 2019, 2020 and 2021 ", […]

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Attract 42 projects for NL

  The disappearance of ProMéxico has not had a strong impact on Nuevo León, since after creating his own promotion agency, Invest Monterrey, already managed to attract 42 companies of various types and sizes. From the hand of the Ministry of Economy and Labor of the State (Sedet) and industrial advisers, those 42 […]

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📰 SCT goes by Suburban train that connects Saltillo and Monterrey 📰

Fountain: The North

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IMF raises Mexico's GDP projection from 5 a 6.3%

Cd. of Mexico (27 July 2021).- The International Monetary Fund raised its growth forecast for the Mexican economy in 2021 from the 5 percent from April to 6.3 current percent, as it would benefit from the better economic outlook of the United States. For 2022, the agency also increased its outlook for the country's GDP […]

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The tallest and most futuristic building in Mazatlán is powered by 86 million

  According to Forbes sources, Mazatlan, you will receive an investment of 86 millions of dollars (the equivalent of 1,630 millions of pesos) to make the Stelarhe project a reality: a real estate concept of 135.2 meters high that aims to be the most innovative and tallest building in Sinaloa located on Avenida del Mar. “Today this project is still […]

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🟢 CMIC anticipates rebound in construction of 6% this year👆

The IMSS reported that at the end of April the sector generated 138 one thousand 271 formal jobs. The organism emphasizes that the state loses 45 thousand jobs during the pandemic although the 65 percent. With the support of public works, especially in the second half of the year, the construction sector […]

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Construction sector resumes projects in Quintana Roo

  The construction companies have requested the Environmental Impact Assessment. Construction companies have regained confidence and resumed projects that had been suspended or postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic: in the first half of this year, 52 Construction projects have requested their Environmental Impact Assessment, almost […]

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Awarded 5 mmdp for roads to Sta. Lucy

Yesterday, the federal government finished bidding for contracts for access road works to the new Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA) in Saint Lucia, that according to the rulings of the bids, will cost 5 one thousand 30 millions of pesos, VAT included. The Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) began awarding the nine contracts at the end of […]

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🔔!Great news! Open budget key!🔔

Complete NL 98% of funds for dam. The state government reported that the federation authorized 2 one billion pesos more to continue the construction of the Libertad Dam, that to date records an advance of 22 percent. The agreement for the filing of the resources was signed today by the director of Water […]

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Investment in machinery and equipment grows by 3.04%

Based on seasonally adjusted data, gross fixed investment increased 2.3% last March compared to the previous month, given the rise in machinery and equipment of the 3% and the construction of the 0.3%. “Driven by machinery and equipment, gross fixed investment advanced 2.3% month against month in March 2021. Your third consecutive monthly increase; […]

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BBVA Mexico estimates growth of 2.7% for the construction sector in 2021

According to various sources from Centro Urbano y Reforma: According to the report ‘Real Estate Situation Mexico’, corresponding to the first semester of 2021, prepared by BBVA Mexico, growth of up to 2.7% for the eastern construction sector 2021. Nevertheless, it will take at least a couple of years to regain previous levels […]

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CDMX promises more works and facilities to construction companies

According to sources of Works for expansion MX. During the month of March they were lost 10,000 construction industry jobs , even though it is one of the most supported to develop the city's economy. The head of government Claudia Sheinbaum took actions such as not suspending work on works in any of […]

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Querétaro: I am about to conclude two works that began in 2020

According to sources from the AM newspaper: In the municipality of Querétaro, the Health Center and the Center for the Elderly were built, works that present advance of 56 Y 93 percent The construction of a Health Center as well as a Center for the Elderly are two works that began construction in […]

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German firm starts solar energy project in Querétaro

According to sources from El Economista, the Goldbeck Solar company intends to settle in Querétaro, after announcing that the construction of a solar plant with trackers and bifacial panels was completed in the state of San Luis Potosí, on three hectares of agricultural land in the Villa de Zaragoza municipality. This week started the […]

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Mexico: The construction of the largest shipyard in Latin America in YUCATÁN is consolidated

According to Sputnik news sources, the governor of the Mexican state of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, and managers of the Fincantieri naval company have just signed a letter of intent with which the Italian company committed to invest more than 150 million dollars for the construction of a shipyard in this entity.   […]

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Construction firms in Mexico rise thanks to BIDEN's election

It was an exceptional week for the debt of Mexican exporters and construction companies, as Joe Biden's victory as president of the United States stimulated optimism to increase spending by our largest trading partner. Elementia SAB de CV, building materials manufacturer, as well as the conglomerate […]

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The CMIC seeks to participate with local builders in the construction of the Mexico-Querétaro Train

According to news from Querétaro, the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC) will seek the participation of local constructors in the Mexico train project- Querétaro especially in the terminal infrastructure works, mainly those that go from the limits with the State of Mexico and Hidalgo, where is determined […]

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Mexico-Querétaro train and extension of the Suburban, among the projects with the most private investment in 2021

Both works are among the 39 projects that will receive almost 300 thousand million pesos of private investment to reactivate after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic Among the works that will receive a greater private investment in 2021 are those promoted by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, such as the construction of the Mexico Querétaro Train and […]

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Construction industry will increase participation of women in Querétaro

  Querétaro, qro. The local construction industry has set out to increase the participation of women in design, development and execution of public works, due to the low prevalence of intervention and to the fact that their interference has focused more on administrative activities. With this objective, the Querétaro delegation of the Mexican Chamber […]

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China's new 5G mining technology is real, miners operate machinery from home

Recently, the coal mining company Molybdenum Co. Ltd in Luanchuan County in Henan, China, has successfully integrated 5G smart mining technology into its daily operations. This allows your employees to operate unmanned vehicles and machines remotely without having to set foot on the premises.!! This technology […]

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By November construction would be at 90% occupation in Querétaro

According to the Querétaro newspaper : “The president of the College of Civil Engineers of Querétaro, Sergio Camacho Hurtado, estimated that two months after the return of the construction industry to essential activities in the month of November, they could already be between 80 Y 90% of professionals with jobs. This occupation […]

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Government will resume construction of the Mexico-Querétaro train

Jiménez Spriú, SCT holder, stressed that, on roads, the routes that Mexico has are not competitive compared to those in the United States and Canada. The Secretary of Communications and Transportation, Javier Jiménez Espriú (SCT), said that the federal government will launch a tender this year with which it will resume […]

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