Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior

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Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior

A government-owned bank in Mexico. It was established to provide financing for the promotion of Mexican exports. It especially attempts to assist small and medium-sized businesses. It is based in Mexico City with offices elsewhere in the country. See also: Export Credit Agency.
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Se trata de que el empresario PYME tenga un ajustado control de su producto", afirma Carlos Bello Roch, miembro de la Unidad de Inversion Extranjera de BANCOMEXT y con amplia experiencia como consejero en Atlanta y en Dallas.
Segun un estudio de BANCOMEXT, para entrar al mercado estadounidense hay que tener en cuenta que el pais esta dividido en seis areas geograficas de negocios y en cada una existe una o mas ciudades que sirven de punto de entrada y centro de distribucion hacia toda su zona de influencia.
Hay un mercado mexicano, uno latino mas global, uno asiatico y, obviamente, el anglosajon", dice Bello Roch, de BANCOMEXT.
Entre los alimentos procesados mas demandados, segun BANCOMEXT, figuran salsas, dulces, productos deshidratados, chiles jalapenos, sopas, especias y condimentos, y todo tipo de producto etiquetado como "organico" o "naturista".
Segun el especialista de BANCOMEXT, "el que hace las cosas bien, entra".
As the Institute is located in BANCOMEXT, participants in the training programme benefit from the Bank's library and information centre that includes specialized publications on international trade and several databanks.
The Institute itself operates under the aegis of the Director General of BANCOMEXT.
An important feature in the catalogue is the message from the Director General of BANCOMEXT introducing the programme and explaining the need to upgrade skills and knowledge to improve the country's export performance.
Presenting courses to the faculty of these institutions on the activities of BANCOMEXT.
In 1991 BANCOMEXT approached ITC to explore ways of cooperating with it in new programmes being introduced by the Institute.
The adaptation and translation of some of ITC's training materials is also now being undertaken by BANCOMEXT.
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.