This month, Amazon received 238 bids from cities and regions that want to build its $5 billion headquarters, dubbed HQ2. In September, the e-commerce giant announced that it will pick a North American city that suits its requirements, including an international airport, a “business-friendly” environment, and at least 1 million residents. Continue reading “Amazon got a bid to build its $5 billion headquarters on the US-Mexico border — here’s what it would look like”
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El empuje para desarrollar una importante operación industrial y cruce fronterizo en Santa Teresa, Nuevo México, alguna vez fue visto como una amenaza para los empresarios paseños. Continue reading “Complementa Santa Teresa panorama local de negocios”
BIA board members hosted Senator Heinrich on May 16th in Santa Teresa. Jerry Pacheco gave the senator an update on the growth of the region and the impact it is having locally and on the state. Continue reading “The BIA Hosts Senator Heinrich in Santa Teresa”
KVIA News recently covered the lack of industrial space available in Santa Teresa due to the region’s booming growth. See the video below. Continue reading “KVIA Reports on Growth in Santa Teresa”
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By Lauren Villagran / Journal Staff Writer – Las Cruces Bureau
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 12:05 am
SANTA TERESA – Semi-trucks inched slowly over the U.S. border into Mexico in single file one recent weekday morning – just a hint of the traffic jam expected here in the coming months.
Union Pacific Railroad will ramp up operations at its much-touted truck-to-rail hub through April and plans a grand opening May 28, about a year ahead of schedule.
But observers in government and business on both sides of the border say neither side is ready to handle the expected increase in truck traffic at New Mexico’s fastest-growing commercial port of entry. Continue reading “Santa Teresa rail hub to open early”