The country plans to introduce a renewable bill aimed at hastening U.S. free trade agreements with other countries.
– 12:01 AM, EST
The department store, hopes a major expansion of its store credit-card business and efforts to streamline inventory will boost fortunes this year.
– February 23, 2015
Walmex posted a 6% jump in 2014 operating income though same-store sales disappointed as Mexican consumers tightened their belts in a weakening economy
– February 19, 2015
December sales fell 2.6 percent, while full-year growth was slowest in 11 years.
– February 11, 2015
The country's textile and apparel industry is expected to grow despite sluggish exports.
– February 9, 2015
Growth could be a mere 0.5 percent to a hair over $55 billion — mildly better than last year.
– January 30, 2015
The $300 million investment is the largest in the 125-year-old retailer’s history.
– January 29, 2015
The South American retail group said that 53 percent of the capital expenditure will go to rolling out 140 new stores and 11 malls in six countries.
– January 9, 2015
Brazil’s jeanswear market expects to see 5 percent growth to roughly $19 billion in 2015.
– January 2, 2015
The company unveiled its second store and first location on the West Coast in Brentwood, Calif., earlier this month.
– December 29, 2014
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs said it was awarding two grants to help strengthen workers’ rights.
– December 22, 2014
Ostale has been assigned the additional role of running Wal-Mart de México y Centroamérica as president and ceo of the company.
– December 19, 2014