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BANCOMEXTBanco Nacional de Comercio Exterior, SNC (Mexico)
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In 1991, with the support of BANCOMEXT and ITC, the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies, referred to above, launched a one-year diploma programme in international trade.
Participants may obtain loans from BANCOMEXT to finance their attendance.
By assuming the country's trade promotion functions and creating a training institute specialized in foreign trade, BANCOMEXT has taken a leading role in developing the country's exports.
In addition the type of training organization that BANCOMEXT created to strengthen its trade promotion role is also of a special nature.
This new function complemented effectively the activities that BANCOMEXT was already undertaking.
It means that the PYME business person must have tight control over the product," affirms Carlos Bello Roch, member of the unit of Foreign Investment at BANCOMEXT, backed by his broad experience as a consultant in Atlanta and Dallas.
Among the processed foods in high demand, according to BANCOMEXT, are salsas, sweets, snacks and organic foods.
According to the BANCOMEXT specialist, "he who does things well, enters.
Cuando Jose Luis Vera se propuso vender sus botas en Estados Unidos, la primera puerta que golpeo fue la de BANCOMEXT (Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior de Mexico).
BANCOMEXT is a governmental financial institution in Mexico with a mission to promote foreign trade and induce foreign capital.
Amid these developments, BANCOMEXT has been actively supporting environment-related projects with a focus on renewable energy.
Jose Antonio Gonzalez Carranca, Advisory Services Assistant Manager and Carlos Sinencio Gonzalez, Development Services Information Manager, BANCOMEXT, Mexico