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  Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto announced a large fiscal reform package in October last year.   One of the major aspects of the tax reforms are the new rules for temporal imports of goods applicable to export manufacturing companies.  The new reforms, now in effect as of January 1st this year, imposing 16% VAT on...
  Source: Union Tribune, By Joe Mathews Don’t look now, Californians. Mexico is about to pass us. California now has the ninth largest economy in the world. Mexico has the 14th largest, but Goldman Sachs projects that by 2050, Mexico’s growing economy, with an expanding middle class, will be the fifth largest on the planet — having blown past...
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited announced today that it had raised its earnings guidance and will expand its manufacturing facility in Tijuana, Mexico.The company now expects net profit after tax to be approximately NZ$97 million for the financial year ending 31 March 2014, assuming a continuation of current exchange rates. At...

Tijuana EDC

The City of Tijuana, Mexico has over 50 years of export oriented manufacturing experience.  We have developed world-class competitive capabilities in Electronics, Medical Device, Aerospace and Automotive sectors, and new emerging capabilities in Clean Tech .   In the Medical Device sector Tijuana has the highest concentration of manufacturing employment for all North America.   Companies operating in Tijuana include Toyota, Medtronics, Samsung, Kyocera and over 570 other companies from around the world. 

This Near-Shore destination is the perfect location for lean manufacturing operations with just in time capabilities to service de United States market.  Located in the southern border of California, only 2 hours away from the Port of Long Beach and Los  Angeles, the primary distribution hub of North America´s Pacific Coast .  If innovation, high quality and speed to market are important to your business this is the location for you.

The Tijuana Economic Development Corporation  (DEITAC as it´s acronym in Spanish)  is a non-profit private organization , founded in 1989,  dedicated to facilitating industrial operations and business opportunities within the Cali Baja Bi-National Mega-Region.  Comprised by 120 leading service professionals and infrastructure providers, we offer foreign investors advisory and project management services for establishing successful manufacturing operations in the City of Tijuana.

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