Financial

GM will review 500,000 SUVs for seat belt failure produced in Mexico

The defective components were produced by the manufacturer ZF at a plant in Durango. So far no injuries have been reported from this failure.

What happened to the 5,000 FAW cars sold at Elektra stores in 2008?

The commercialization of the models began in the first quarter of 2008 in Elektra stores with a price ranging from 69,900 pesos to 114,900 pesos. Today there are still about 1,000 units on the road.

Mitsubishi seeks auto parts suppliers in Mexico

The Japanese brand sees the possibility of regionalizing the supply of components in order to reduce dependence on Asia.

How Chedraui will gain ground on Soriana and Walmart

In times of high inflation, Chedraui already has a strategy to keep prices low in its stores in Mexico, while strengthening in the United States.

The international price of gasoline gives way to the fall, but consumers will take time to notice it

The fear of a recession coupled with a drop in consumption are behind an adjustment in prices that, for now, will not be reflected for Mexican consumers.

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Digital vaccination passport to the Colombian

THREE ENTREPRENEURS, with their accelerated company in Silicon Valley, have ready, thanks to blockchain technology, the platform for those vaccinated ...

World Entrepreneurship Day: What is the profile of the successful?

April 16 is the day in which it is intended to inspire all those people who work every day to carry out their business idea.

Grant Cardone advises how to survive recessions

Chapter of "If you are not the first, you are the last", the latest book by the billionaire in the real estate industry and best seller in sales.

Voices of women leaders: experiences towards equity

Fighting against the limiting beliefs that society imposes, preparing and assuming work with discipline, are part of the learning.

Is the drive for success justified ?, asks philosopher Michael J. Sandel

The most recognized philosophy professor in the world questions meritocracy in his most recent book “The Tyranny of Merit. What has become of the common good?