MEX


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

MEX

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Mexico. The code is used for transactions to and from Mexican bank accounts and for international shipping to Mexico. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
References in periodicals archive ?
-- Long-Term senior unsecured debt affirmed at 'AAA'(mex); Removed from RWN.
La variedad CP 72-2086 presento un porcentaje de N de 3.39-5.79% de N, mientras que para la variedad Mex 69290 (Cuadro 3), se encontraron rangos mayores de N, que oscilaron de 4.89-9.69%, lo que se considera un exceso de N, para el desarrollo de la planta.
En la pagina tres, por ejemplo, el documento senala que las decisiones de ese traslado son del "socio unico de la sociedad Mex Gas Internacional Limited"; tres paginas, el documento menciona que "el ultimo accionista es el Estado Mejicano".
Xperience XRG brands include Acapulco, Chevys Fresh Mex, El Torito, El Torito Grill, Las Brisas, Pink Taco and Sinigual.
AMOC has a 110,000 t/y lube oil plant at the Mex complex built by a French unit of Foster Wheeler.
The Eugene building leased to Real Mex Restaurants is owned by Valley River South, LLC., a company controlled by Eugene businessman Dan Giustina.
Los entretelones de la privatizacion de los Ferrocarriles Nacionales (Ferronales) y especificamente la corruptela cometida en el caso del TEX MEX deben ser totalmente esclarecidos.
(1, 2) AGS, BCN, BCS, CHIH, CHIS, DF, GRO, GTO, HGO, JAL, MEX, MICH, MOR, NAY, OAX, PUE, QRO, SIN, SLP, SON, TAB, TAMS, TLAX, VER.
Alan enjoyed working for the Northern Division of Shell Mex and BP and made good friends with the two other office juniors.
Summary: Hundreds of tattoo enthusiasts flaunt their ink at Mexico's Tattoo Art Mex 2012 convention.
The favehotel Surabaya is located in the MEX building, an entertainment complex in Surabaya, and features 78 guest rooms and a board room accommodating up to 30 guests.
2 goals: Elano (BRA), Eto'o (CMR), Forlan (URU), Hernandez (MEX), Holman (AUS), Honda (JPN), Klose (GER), Lee Chung-yong (KOR), Lee Jung-soo (KOR), Podolski (GER), Sneijder (NED), Tevez (ARG), Tiago (POR), Uche (NGR)