Daily News May 23, 2016

Florida sends largest business mission to Mexico since 1999 A group of 90 businesspeople and directors of ports from Florida will begin today a mission in Mexico seeking to strengthen bilateral maritime business. “We want to take advantage of ports, as traditionally, trade between Mexico and the U.S. has always been by land,” said José Antonio Zabalgoitia, Mexico’s consul in Miami. Mexico is the second or third-largest trade partner for 27 U.S. states, but the sixth-largest for Florida. The last time a Florida business mission of this size went to Mexico was in 1999, when Jeb Bush was the state’s governor. Source: Milenio ICA shares jump after trading suspension lifted Mexican construction firm ICA saw a better performance in its […]

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