CAPEM

AcronymDefinition
CAPEMCenter for Advanced Photonic and Electronic Materials (SUNY at Buffalo, NY)
CAPEMCycle Assessment Procedure for Eco-Materials (EU)
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Since CAPEM was inaugurated, the small-scale mining sector has already generated 5,000 new jobs and government expects that number to reach 15,000 jobs by 2010.
CAPEM analyst Antonio Castro Quiroz said unemployment is having a special impact on IVA collections.
"The jobs that are being created are of lower quality, carry no benefits, and could disappear at any time," said Cesar Castro, analysis director at the Centro de Analisis y Proyecciones Economicas de Mexico (CAPEM).
Economists at Consultores Internacionales (CI), the Centro de Analisis y Proyecciones Economicas para Mexico (CAPEM), and the Camara Nacional de la Industria de Transformacion (CANACINTRA) offered similar dire forecasts for the US and European economies.
"This decision creates complications in Mexico's relations with the US," said analyst Cesar Castro of the economic consulting company CAPEM. "The dispute over sweeteners is going to continue for some time."
Other organizations like the Centro de Analisis y Proyeccion Economica para Mexico (CAPEM) foresee an even greater decline in 2001.
"We are very close to reaching this goal," said Cesar Castro, director of the Centro de Analisis y Proyecciones Economicas para Mexico (CAPEM).
Cesar Castro, director of the Centro de Analysis y Proyecciones Economicas para Mexico (CAPEM), said foreign banks will reap the benefits from a recovery in the financial system.
Cesar Castro, director of the Centro de Analisis y Proyecciones Economicas para Mexico (CAPEM), said the government would benefit from knowing how macroeconomic policy is affecting businesses and individuals.
Economist says government should focus on job creation Pedro Venegas, an economist with the Centro de Analysis Proyecciones Economicas de Mexico (CAPEM), said the government could address the tax deficiencies by creating more jobs in the formal economy.
For example, the Centro de Analysis y Proyecciones Economicas para Mexico (CAPEM) has projected growth at 2.5% for the year, while the Consejo Coordinador Empresarial (CCE) has projected an increase in GDP of between 2.6% and 3%.