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The Latin and Caribbean Air Transport Association’s (ALTA) highlighted Mexico’s air connectivity. This and more in the weekly roundup.
Wilfredo Ramos
Expert Contributor
Wilfredo Ramos
President, Mexico and Latin America
UPS
https://www.linkedin.com/in/wilfredo-ramos-45b1551/
https://about.ups.com/mx/es/home.html
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The last few years have been tumultuous but businesses that are capable of recognizing opportunities will come out stronger, writes Wilfredo Ramos.
Fernando Valenzuela
Expert Contributor
Fernando Valenzuela Migoya
President
Global Edtech Impact Alliance SA de CV
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ferval/
https://twitter.com/ferval100
https://ferval100.com/
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Where would you target a large capital investment and create a lasting positive impact? Fernando Valenzuela presents a project for Latin America.
Antonio Salem
Expert Contributor
Antonio Salem
Founder and CEO
S&A Aeronautical Consulting Group
https://www.linkedin.com/in/antonio-salem-g%C3%B3mez-65608912/
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A written commitment from new players investing in Mexico is needed to potentiate R&D and innovation, writes Antonio Salem.
Bridgestone
News Article
Bridgestone invested US$250 million in Costa Rica and has ongoing projects in Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.
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News Article
The Air Transport Competitiveness Index praised Mexico’s superior connectivity, accessibility and air transport policies.
Andres Gravenhorst
Expert Contributor
Andres Gravenhorst
General Manager
Johnson & Johnson
https://www.linkedin.com/in/andres-gravenhorst-0576208/
https://www.jnjmedtech.com/es-419
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Tech can help healthcare professionals take advantage of every innovation built in the metaverse in favor of healthcare, writes Andres Gravenhorst.
Embraer
News Article
Brazil’s state development bank approved a US$413.15 million credit line to finance the planemaker’s commercial aircraft production and exports.
Amilcar Estrada
Startup Contributor
Amilcar Estrada, Ph.D.
Cofounder
Bleps Vision
https://www.linkedin.com/in/amilcarestrada/
https://twitter.com/ajem1007
https://blepsvision.com/
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Creating a spin-off from a university to the private sector is not easy. Patience and adaptability will be necessary, writes Amilcar Estrada.
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