By Jerry Pacheco The more things change, the more they remain the same? It sure seems like it. In the 1980s, many politicians and American citizens were anxious because Japan seemed to be beating the U.S. in producing consumer and manufactured goods at every turn. On top of this, […]
By Jerry Pacheco Let’s paint a scenario: A U.S. manufacturer based in El Paso, Texas, makes plastic injection parts that it sells to a company in Juarez, Mexico manufacturing components for the auto industry. The Mexican company’s parts are combined with other suppliers’ parts from Canada, Europe, and Asia, and are incorporated into a General Motors […]
By Jerry Pacheco In 2011, the Harvard Business School founded the U.S. Competitiveness Project, which reports on the state of the U.S. economy, its competitiveness, and what steps could be undertaken to make improvements. The 2016 report, titled “Problems Unsolved and a Nation Divided” by Michael E. Porter, Jan W. Rivkin, Mihir A. Desai, and […]
The Supplier to the Supplier Program seeks to connect New Mexican businesses to other New Mexican businesses that are located on New Mexico's border with Mexico and are supplying large Mexican manufacturers. This allows more New Mexican businesses to take advantage of New Mexico's trade with Mexico.
2660 Airport Rd., Suite 780
Santa Teresa, NM 88008
Phone: (575) 589-2200
Fax: (575) 589-5212