• Mexican regulator Cofetel says country’s telecommunications sector grew 9.5% year-on-year in 2Q 2013. Expansion driven by satellite and cable TV, with growth of 17.8% and 13.6%, and mobile telephony, up 13.1%. Link
  • Mexican PE firm Ventura Capital Privado offered close to $60 million to acquire Maxcom, as part of the telecoms company’s restructuring process. Link
  • Mexico’s Ingram Micro to distribute Condusiv Technologies’ data and application optimization software – including V-locity VM, V-locity Server, Diskeeper and Undelete. Link
  • Mexico’s BioMotion reveals concept electric car. Link
  • Minco Manufacturing, LLC, maker of copier and printer rollers and other coated metal products, has completed the requirements of the AS 9100 Rev C Standard, for Aerospace quality management for its Mexico manufacturing facility in Empalme, Sonora. Link
  • Japanese auto parts maker Toyoda Gosei has opened new parts manufacturing company, Toyoda Gosei Rubber Mexico in Tamaulipas, Matamoros, to strengthen rubber hose production. Link
  • Pentair, industrial metallic structures builder, to invest US$ 8 million in 2013-2014 in its factory at Reynosa, Tamaulipas. Link
  • Amazon makes Kindle direct publishing available to Mexican authors. Link
  • Creators Studio, Augmented Reality startup, wins NASA Space App challenge; to feature at Augmented Reality International Expo in Germany. Link
Hasta la próxima!

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