Maquila Terminology

If you are a supplier, consultant, corporate employee or a manufacturing plant professional, this book will be very useful in your everyday tasks.

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Author: Jos Luis Leyva

Publisher:

ISBN: 1502897504

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 162

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The Maquila or In-Bond industry has its own language, indeed. Knowing the jargon used at the manufacturing facilities around the world is an advantage for professionals who need to effectively communicate in this type of industrial environments. If you are a supplier, consultant, corporate employee or a manufacturing plant professional, this book will be very useful in your everyday tasks.

Maquila Terminology

If you are a supplier, consultant, corporate employee or a manufacturing plant professional, this book will be very useful in your everyday tasks.

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Author: Jose Leyva

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1503032043

Category:

Page: 162

View: 671

The Maquila or In-Bond industry has its own language, indeed. Knowing the jargon used at the manufacturing facilities around the world is an advantage for professionals who need to effectively communicate in this type of industrial environments. If you are a supplier, consultant, corporate employee or a manufacturing plant professional, this book will be very useful in your everyday tasks.

Translating Contemporary Mexican Texts

This would be the first argument for foreignizing , and introducing the Spanish
loan maquila . ... This loss in the TT can be reversed by the introduction of the
term maquiladora or maquila , or both , at an early stage in the text . The use of
such a ...

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Author: Anna Maria D'Amore

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 1433104997

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 248

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Translating Contemporary Mexican Texts: Fidelity to Alterity addresses an area of research that has received little if any attention in translation theory: the translation into English of contact neologisms and code-switching in Mexican Spanish. The translator of Mexican texts is invited to review the historical background and the sociopolitical and linguistic factors that have led to the emergence of new varieties of English and Spanish, in particular the mixed varieties and code-switching common to parts of Mexico and the United States, often known collectively as Spanglish. Since translation should not consist of effacing the Other, Translating Contemporary Mexican Texts provides conceptual tools and practical advice for carrying out foreignizing translations that allow for a degree of preservation of linguistic and cultural differences through the employment of heterogeneous discourse.

The Maquiladora Concept and Its Legal Implications

THE MAQUILADORA CONCEPT AND ITS LEGAL IMPLICATIONS I .
TERMINOLOGY The term Maquiladora comes from the Spanish word Maquila ,
which in colonial Mexico was the charge that millers collected for processing
grain .

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Author: Alfredo Andere-Mendiolea

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822005165535

Category: Commerce

Page: 22

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Location Decisions Regarding Maquiladora in bond Plants Operating in Baja California Mexico

A Note on Terminology The term maguiladora comes from the Spanish word
maguila, which in colonial Mexico was the charge that millers collected for
processing grain. Today maquiladora, or frequently maquila, is used as a generic
term for ...

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Author: Norris C. Clement

Publisher: SCERP and IRSC publications

ISBN:

Category: Industrial policy

Page: 127

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Impact on the California Economy of In bond Industries maquiladoras Located in Baja California Mexico

One of them is -- I think we need to begin with terminology . And the term "
maquiladora " doesn't aid our -- we need another term for that because the term "
inaquiladora " really corresponds to a Mexican idea , a Mexican idea that says
and is ...

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Author: California. Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on Border Issues, Drug Trafficking, and Contraband

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C004364159

Category: Baja California (Mexico : Peninsula)

Page: 115

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Doing Business in Mexico

The Spanish terminology for NAFTA is Tratado de Libre Comercio (TLC), which is
translated as Free Trade Treaty. 2. Maquila is also an antiquated term that refers
to the amount of corn a farmer pays a miller for services rendered. 3. Branches ...

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Author: Gus Gordon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780789012135

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 147

View: 996

Learn what you need to know to conduct successful business in Mexico! This book is a primer on all aspects of doing business in Mexico, with practical examples that illustrate the risks and benefits of Mexican business operations. It provides the basic knowledge that all prospective investors and entrepreneurs in Mexico need, especially in the light of NAFTA. One of the authors is the former CEO and chairman of a multinational, multi-billion dollar company headquartered in Mexico City; the other is a CPA and consultant with small-to-medium-sized firms. Doing Business in Mexico: A Practical Guide provides you with comprehensive, basic knowledge of the pros and cons of establishing a business in Mexico, NAFTA and its implications for businesses, and much more. This single volume gives you what you need to know about: the maquila industry--what it is and how NAFTA affects it information about taxes, labor law, and accounting differences between Mexico and the United States basic considerations in beginning a Mexican operation import/export requirements foreign currency exposure United States tax laws applicable to citizens living abroad . . . and includes five appendixes that supply you with: contact information--addresses, telephone numbers, Web sites--of useful government agencies and journals/periodicals in Mexico and Mexican consulates in the United States Spanish-English and English-Spanish business glossaries examples of Mexican financial statements minimum daily wage rates for various occupations Doing Business in Mexico: A Practical Guide is a must for anyone with an interest in business operations in that country. If you are such a person, this is the one essential volume you cannot afford to miss! Visit the author's Web page at http://www.gusgordon.com

The Influence of Spanish on the English Language since 1801

The corresponding Spanish term constitutes a shortening of El Niño de Navidad,
which literally means “the Christmas child. ... The definition of maquiladora
provided by the OED3 reads as follows: In Mexico: a factory or workshop owned
by a ...

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Author: Julia Schultz

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527510272

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 326

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While there are numerous investigations of the impact English has exerted on Spanish, the reverse language contact scenario has received comparatively little attention. This book sheds light on the Spanish influence on the English vocabulary since 1801, offering the first systematic analysis of the multitude of words which have been taken over from Spanish and its national varieties over the past few centuries. The results provided by this study rely on the evaluation of a comprehensive lexicographical sample of 1355 Spanish borrowings collected from the Oxford English Dictionary Online. The focus of linguistic concern here is on the chronological distribution of the various Spanish-derived words, their contextual usage, stylistic function and sense development from their earliest attested use in English until today. The present-day use of the borrowings is illustrated with documentary evidence retrieved from a variety of English language corpora.

Stuck with Tourism

... and labor migration, avoidance of, 149, 152, 153, 168–69, 170, 178, 179;
machines and technology for, 162–63, 167–68, 172, 173–74, 175; and maquila,
definition of, 163, 218n2; maquiladoras/ factories as form of (e.g. Las Magaritas),
159, ...

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Author: Matilde Córdoba Azcárate

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520975552

Category: Social Science

Page: 316

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Tourism has become one of the most powerful forces organizing the predatory geographies of late capitalism. It creates entangled futures of exploitation and dependence, extracting resources and labor, and eclipsing other ways of doing, living, and imagining life. And yet, tourism also creates jobs, encourages infrastructure development, and in many places inspires the only possibility of hope and well-being. Stuck with Tourism explores the ambivalent nature of tourism by drawing on ethnographic evidence from the Mexican Yucatán Peninsula, a region voraciously transformed by tourism development over the past forty years. Contrasting labor and lived experiences at the beach resorts of Cancún, protected natural enclaves along the Gulf coast, historical buildings of the colonial past, and maquilas for souvenir production in the Maya heartland, this book explores the moral, political, ecological, and everyday dilemmas that emerge when, as Yucatán’s inhabitants put it, people get stuck in tourism’s grip.

Maquiladora Resource Guide

... the maquiladora is an economic unit for the production of goods or services
based on the temporary importation of raw materials , components , and
equipment for transformation in Mexico with subsequent sales abroad . The term
in - bond ...

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Author: Norris C. Clement

Publisher: San Diego State Univ

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173004435531

Category: Industries

Page: 169

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More Cost Effective Maquiladoras

The name “ maquiladora ” is derived from the Spanish termmaquila ” , which is
interpreted as “ grist mill . ” “ This terminology arose from the fact that farmers
used to bring grain to a mill and in turn , get back com meal . ” ( Hoak , Patton ,
and ...

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Author: Kurt Omar Klefisch

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822008037178

Category: Offshore assembly industry

Page: 460

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Mexican Law for the American Lawyer

This new concept is used indistinctively throughout the Decree , together with the
maquiladora or maquila concepts . ... 61 On the basis of this new terminology ,
there is confusion regarding the new Decree's concepts or nomenclature with ...

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Author: Jorge A. Vargas

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105134479224

Category: Law

Page: 661

View: 195

Three special features make this book unique in many respects. First, the book has been written by an eminent group of Mexican practitioners and academicians recognized in Mexico for their legal expertise. These are attorneys working for prestigious law firms in Mexico who wrote their chapters having in mind the professional interest of American lawyers. Second, each of its seventeen chapters discusses a Mexican legal area commonly found in decisions rendered by state or federal courts in our country. These areas include personal injury, contracts, Fideicomisos, real estate, companies, Maquiladoras, promissory notes, family law, conflict of laws, letters rogatory, enforcement of judgments, etc. And third, most chapters include a legal glossary, a specialized bibliography and samples of practical Mexican legal documents. The book is current, well-written and has been prepared for the practical benefit of legal practitioners, judges and government officials who handle legal matters involving Mexican law, including business and law students. Mexican Law for the American Lawyer has been edited and co-authored by Prof. Jorge A. Vargas, a prolific author on Mexican law from the University of San Diego School of Law.

Maquila

We also had several questions regarding the substance of the subpoena itself ,
regarding terminology , definitions and so on . We met with the EPA on
November 16 in Washington . Four lawyers from the EPA attended . Four more
from the ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822017471780

Category: Offshore assembly industry

Page:

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Problems and Opportunities of the Mexican Maquiladora Industry

Inhaltsangabe: Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: List of Figures and Tables Abbreviations 1.Introduction 1.1Delineation of the Problem 1.2Methodology 2.Definition 2.1Definition of Maquiladora Industry 2.2Definition of NAFTA 3.The ...

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Author: Katja Gehring

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 9783832439330

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 91

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Inhaltsangabe: Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents: List of Figures and Tables Abbreviations 1.Introduction 1.1Delineation of the Problem 1.2Methodology 2.Definition 2.1Definition of Maquiladora Industry 2.2Definition of NAFTA 3.The Mexican Maquiladora Industry 3.1Historical Background 3.2Legal Framework 3.2.1General Legal Foundation 3.2.2Specific Import Regulations 3.2.3Specific Export Regulations 3.3Forms of Involvement 3.3.1Wholly Owned Subsidiary 3.3.2Shelter Operation 3.3.3Subcontract Operation 3.4Opening of a Maquiladora Facility 3.5Overview: Numerical Data 4.Business Related Opportunities and Problems 4.1Opportunities of Operating Maquiladoras 4.1.1Maquiladora Industry: An Export Processing Zone 4.1.2Low Mexican Labor Costs 4.1.3Sales Potential 4.1.3.1Proximity and Access to the U.S. Market 4.1.3.2The Mexican Domestic Market 4.1.3.3Maquiladora Industry: The Bridge Between North and Latin America? 4.2Problems of Operating Maquiladoras 4.2.1Available Workforce 4.2.2Inadequate Infrastructure 4.2.3Increased Logistics Costs 4.3Location Decision: Border Area Versus Inland 5.Economic Related Benefits and Detriments 5.1Benefits for the Mexican Economy 5.1.1Employment Effects 5.1.2Monetary Effects 5.1.3Technological Effects 5.2Detriments to the Mexican Economy 5.2.1Economic Disintegration 5.2.2Cultural Disintegration 5.2.3Urbanization 5.2.4Environmental Effects 5.2.4.1Air, Water, and Soil Pollution 5.2.4.2Environmental Regulations 6.Changes due to the Enactment of NAFTA 6.1The North American Free Trade Agreement 6.1.1Summary on NAFTA 6.1.2NAFTA: The End of the Maquiladora Program? 6.2NAFTA and Rules of Origin 6.2.1General Purpose of Rules of Origin 6.2.2Determination of Originating Goods 6.2.3Effects on the Maquiladora Industry 6.2.3.1The Asian Investment Boom 6.2.3.2Move Towards Mexico's Interior 6.2.3.3Further Mexican Integration Agreements 6.3Environmental Dumping or Protection? 7.Critical Review and Future Prospects Appendix Bibliography

Mexico Business and Legal Briefing

For that purpose the intergovernmental agreement refers to 6.5 percent of the
deductions ( costs and expenses ) of the “ maquila enterprise , ” which in the
terminology of the agreement is a reference to the Mexican maquiladora
company itself ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822028689578

Category: Commercial law

Page: 226

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Fragmented Lives Assembled Goods

A Study in Maquilas, Culture, and History at the Mexican Borderlands Alejandro
Lugo ... In Tucson , for example , Chicanos sometimes use the term “ Mexican , ”
which Anglos can use in a derogatory sense — meaning lazy , inferior human ...

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Author: Alejandro Lugo

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105009733804

Category: Offshore assembly industry

Page: 358

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Growth Divergences

Explaining Differences in Economic Performance José Antonio, Jose Antonio
Ocampo, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Jomo KS, Rob Vos. Activities with limited
domestic value added ( e.g. , maquila ) are also likely to be footloose . In the
terms used ...

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Author: José Antonio

Publisher: Zed Books

ISBN: UOM:39076002734783

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 369

View: 280

Unlike the 1950s and 1960s, when the rising tide of economic growth lifted most economies, the last three decades have been characterized by a paradox of greater international economic integration as well as divergent economic growth performances. The growing North-South gap of the last two centuries has been moderated recently by the better economic performance of China, India and others in East Asia, implying the expansion of the 'middle income' category. This volume of analytical studies seeks to explain these major differences in economic performance in recent decades by considering the dynamics of international economic growth, diverging growth rates, economic structures, and sources of demand, successes and collapses in the developing world, and recent episodes of real income stagnation of countries. Several chapters critically review recent misleading claims and the conventional wisdom regarding the relationship of trade liberalization, financial development, development, aid, infrastructure spending, violent conflict, good governance, and industrial policy to economic growth.

Hispanic Link

The preferred , and more correct , terminology to use is " In Bond " ( as in In Bond
Industry ) , which describes the fact that the raw resources are brought into
Mexico under bond and must be exported back to the owner company . " Maquila
and ...

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173017840259

Category: Hispanic Americans

Page:

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Twin Plant News

Other terms confidential / proprietary persons involved , witnesses , work to avoid
include defective , fraudulent , data ... smoking guns when turned against the 800
- LIT - MGMT MAQUILA BY PERFORMANCE INDUSTRY INDUSTRY DEC .

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Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822032826836

Category: Industries

Page:

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Border Identifications

identified in regional terms or when they decide to address themselves in
regional terminology , because a Juarense woman ... As was noted above ,
maquiladoras were mentioned many times in our interviews as being places of
prostitution .

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Author: Pablo Vila

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105114120723

Category: Social Science

Page: 302

View: 801

"An ethnography that explores the role of religion, gender, and class in the formation of social identity on both sides of the US-Mexico border. A continuation of the study Vila began in Crossing Borders, Reinforcing Borders"--Provided by publisher.