Afores or Administradoras de Fondos para el Retiro ("Retirement funds administrators") are companies authorized to manage individual retirement accounts as authorized by the Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público of Mexico. ...more on Wikipedia about "Administradoras de Fondos para el Retiro"
Afore Azteca is administrator of retirement funds ("Administradora de Fondos de Retiro", AFORE) owned by Grupo Salinas. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afore Azteca is Luis Armando Melgar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Afore Azteca"
Barcel is a maker of tortilla, potato chips and other snack foods. It is a unit of Grupo Bimbo created in 1950. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barcel"
The Bolsa Mexicana de Valores or BMV is Mexico's main stock exchange. It is headquartered on the prestigious Paseo de la Reforma in central Mexico City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bolsa Mexicana de Valores"
Coca-Cola FEMSA is the anchor bottler of Coca-Cola and its related soft drink products in much of Latin America. The company is an important part of the Coca-Cola System. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coca-Cola FEMSA"
Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A. (FEMSA) is a company based in Monterrey, Mexico. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fomento Económico Mexicano"
ALFA is a Mexican company consisting of five business groups: Alpek (petrochemicals and synthetic fibers), Sigma (refrigerated and frozen food), Versax (aluminum auto components), Onexa (telecommunications) and Hylsamex (steel). ...more on Wikipedia about "Grupo Alfa"
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Grupo Bimbo was established in Mexico in 1945, today it is one of the most important baking companies in brand and trademark positioning, sales, and production volume around the world. In Mexico and Latin America it is an undisputed leader in its area, with presence in the United States and 14 countries in Latin America and Europe encompassing over 4500 products and has more than 100 prestigious brands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grupo Bimbo"
Grupo Reforma is media company that controls a number of Mexican daily newspapers including El Norte in Monterrey, Reforma in Mexico City, Mural in Guadalajara, and Palabra in Saltillo . ...more on Wikipedia about "Grupo Reforma"
The Dutch ING Group operations in Mexico are performed through ING Mexico. ...more on Wikipedia about "ING Mexico"
Lis of companies traded on the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores ...more on Wikipedia about "List of companies traded on the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores"
== List of Mexican companies == ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Mexican companies"
NaCo. is a Mexican clothing company founded in 2001. The company was founded by Edoardo Chavarin (29, Tijuana) and Robby Vient (24, Mexican American) after studying at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Its name derived from a play of words combining " naco" (equivalent to "tacky" as an adjective or "White trash" as a noun)with the abbreviation of company, "co.". The company has popularized words in Mexican slang designing more than 120 t-shirts with phrases such as "Estar Guars", which is (supposedly) how a naco would pronounce Star Wars and "Chilangolandia", which is a combination of Chilango (slang term for people from Mexico City) and "Disneylandia" ( Disneyland in Spanish). The company also has a second line of clothing dedicated to the lucha libre and has expanded to sales in Argentina with t-shirts with the phrase " boludo" (Argentine slang for " slacker") and with stickers found inside Doritos bags in Mexico. ...more on Wikipedia about "NaCo."
Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is Mexico's state-owned, nationalized petroleum company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pemex"
Peñoles (full name in Spanish Industrias Peñoles, S.A. de C.V), based in Mexico City, Mexico, is a subsidiary company 100 percent Mexican and owned by the private Grupo Bal. Peñoles is the second largest Mexican mining company, the first Mexican producer of gold, zinc and lead and the world leader in silver production. Peñoles is a company with active mines within Mexico and with some prospection projects in South America. Holdings includes the Fresnillo Silver Mine / Mina Proaño, the Met-Mex Peñoles metallurgical complex and Química del Rey; a Chemical facility; three world class operations. Peñoles produces about 80,500,000 troy ounces (2,500,000 kg) of silver and 756,100 troy ounces (23,520 kg) of gold annually. Other metals that the company produces are copper, bismuth, and cadmium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peñoles"
Seguros Azteca is a Mexican life insurance company owned by Grupo Salinas since 2003. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is Alfredo Honsberg. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seguros Azteca"
todito.com is a Mexican web portal owned by Grupo Salinas and created in 1999. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is Tim Parsa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Todito.com"
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