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In October 2007, Jane Duffy, an Encinitas-based entrepreneur, approached the San Diego Center for International Trade Development (CITD) requesting assistance relating to the importation of premium food products for retail and commercial uses.
Join the Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego CITD for an Import Compliance Update on the Southern Border with U.S. Customs, where you will learn the latest rules, updates and challenges on HTS Classification, Reconciliation, NAFTA and 98 Programs.
With forthcoming changes in the Mexican government, the revival of its economy and a saturation of inventory south of the border, owning property in Mexico may again be an attractive option to many foreign investors.
Like in any domestic real estate transaction, a prudent buyer must budget for not only the purchase price, but also for the closing costs that may be incurred in connection with the transaction. This article gives a brief overview of what charges and taxes you can expect when closing the purchase of property in Mexico.
For anyone who has gone through the experience of purchasing a home, you know that there can often be bumps and delays throughout the escrow and closing process. The same can be true for property purchases in Mexico. Though the closing and escrow process in Mexico is different than in the United States, with the proper expectations and sound counsel, closing the purchase of Mexican real estate can be a smooth process.
Many potential buyers have shied away from purchasing property in Mexico due to the horror stories that have been told of unsuspecting homeowners being ousted from their property by competing claims of ownership. Like in any domestic real estate investment, with the proper due diligence, individuals purchasing property in Mexico may rest assured that their investment is protected.
ROME — The leaders of Italy and Greece are insisting on the "absolute need" to preserve the eurozone, as Greek politicians struggle to put together an austerity package critical to the country's financial survival.
California Western School of Law will host a free information workshop for individuals and local small businesses interested in growing their international export business on Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Global Energy Network Institute.
As Mexico pushes to transform itself into a “country of engineers” and as some U.S. firms shift their supply lines away from China, there are new opportunities opening up south of the border that could benefit the northern side as well, business executives, academics and civic leaders told The Daily Transcript at a recent roundtable.
Now is a good time for San Diego companies to take advantage of exporting opportunities, according to a panel of international business experts hosted by The Daily Transcript and sponsored by the city of Murrieta.
Nov. 27, 2012 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Scott Robertson, director of Global R&D & Government Incentives for Deloitte & Touche LLP, and Shahrooz Nabavi, partner with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, about the business climate in Canada.
Sept. 20, 2012 -- The conversation turns to the 2012 Tijuana Innovadora conference and what events and speakers are planned. Panelists also talk about the upcoming presidential election, and the mix of politics and the economy. (Part 3)
Sept. 20, 2012 -- The Daily Transcript hosts a roundtable discussion focused on Tijuana and San Diego's relationship with the region. In this first of four videos, the participants are introduced and discuss some of the things going on Tijuana today.