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12 September, 2012

BMW the world’s largest maker of high-end automobiles,said it would invest $2.4 billion in the Mexican economy by 2012. The Munich-based,mega-luxury car manufacturer has plans to also increase its purchase of Mexican auto parts from the $615 million it spent in 2009. 

A spokesman for BMW said that in the near future the company has a goal of significantly increasing their spending south of the border making Mexico’s share of BMW’s auto production roughly twenty percent. 

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12 September, 2012

Bloomberg said on Thursday that the peso has gained 7.5 percent this year against the dollar beating every other major currency. Economists predict the peso will strengthen to as much as 11 per U.S. dollar,an 11% gain,before the end of 2010. Many commercial banks and institutional investors are now buying in Mexico,hoping to see their investments ride the coattails of the peso’s increasing power. Why is the peso so strong?

Mexico appears to be surging out of International Recession with a first quarter growth rate of 4.3% and up 10% over the last year,outpacing almost every other country. Despite looming drug-war headlines,Moody says Mexico expects $20 billion in direct foreign investment this year and continued growth trajectory for the remainder of the year. There are already over 18,000 American companies investing and operating in Mexico (Starbucks,Walmart,Blockbuster,Office Depot,GE,Bristol Myers Squibb) and over 1 million American citizens (more than any other country) who,live,work,invest and retire South of the Border with more on the way. 

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12 September, 2012

Bloomberg reported yesterday that Miami,Ft. Lauderdale,Palm Beach and the Florida Keys face a 61-80 percent chance of the BP’s tar balls reaching their popular beaches and precious real estate. They face a greater probability of being affected because the black oil has entered the Gulf’s loop current which snakes eastward and around the tip of Florida. If the nasty tar balls arrive on the billion dollar beaches of Miami,Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale,the real estate market and coastal Florida economy could face a catastrophe.

The real estate market in many places along the Gulf and Florida coast has already seen up to a 32% devaluation according to Moody's and things may get even worse as buyers,developers and vacationers look for investment alternatives. There are over 4,000 operational oil wells in the Gulf and investors are wisely questioning why they should risk their financial futures to the potential of this kind of multi-decade,environmental disaster. 

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12 September, 2012

The Mexico bank lending recovery is solidly on track to post double digit growth this year as Mexico's economy accelerates out of the recession. All of the major Mexican financial firms are predicting bank loan growth of 15-20% this year and sustaining this rate for the next several years. Mexico's banking industry is currently on pace to outperform almost every other country in this category.

Led by strong advances in the public and commercial sectors,loan growth has increased almost 9% year-over-year. Loan balances were 2% higher this month than the previous month alone. Most of the bank loan growth is coming from real estate investors,home buyers and financial institutions.

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12 September, 2012

Major multinational,Electrolux,said last week that it is consolidating its
entire North American laundry manufacturing into its high-tech facility in
Juarez,Mexico. The move represents a massive Mexico investment for the Swedish appliance
manufacturer.

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12 September, 2012

Acre by acre,or more aptly,“hectare by hectare”,the Riviera Maya on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula is slowly but surely becoming a new American colony,not unlike Baja last decade. Like something from the days of the American Land Rush of the 1800’s,this scarce land was wild,sparsely settled,and populated almost entirely by the Mayan Indians less than a decade ago. 

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