Packaging Industry in Mexico Market Size, Share 2020 Outlook, Opportunities and Forecasts Report 2024| Says Market Reports World

angel may

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Sep 03, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global Packaging Industry in Mexico Market 2020 :- report presents the market competition landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/manufacturers, Production, Revenue, Supply, Consumption, Export, Import, Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers and Packaging Industry in Mexico Market Growth Factors Analysis in the market. To strategically profile the key players and systematically analyse their growth strategies and Packaging Industry in Mexico Market Share in global regions.

Packaging Industry in Mexico Market Report Is In Packagingfield

Get a Sample PDF of report at –

Packaging Industry in Mexico Description :-

Packaging Industry in Mexico Market Overview
An enhanced and upgraded economic performance in the region, compounded by a progressively sophisticated consumer and a greater purchasing power, has molded the way of the packaging market in Mexico. The

Read More

UK is world’s fifth largest exporter of tech services

angel may

a hand holding up a laptop computer

© Provided by City AM

The number of tech exports from the UK have surged in the past year, making it one of the world’s largest exporter of technology services. 

Last year UK exports of technology services grew to £23.3bn, sitting behind just India, the US, China and Germany in the global rankings.

Tech Nation’s ‘Unlocking Global Tech’ report published today reveals the UK’s digital tech services currently export a greater amount of goods than they import, generating a significant trade surplus of 55 per cent in 2019. This compares to the average global trade surplus of 48 per cent. 

This is in part driven by the relatively high number – 7,497 – of high growth exporting tech companies. 

The surplus has increased 68 per cent over the past four years, from £8.7bn in 2015 to £12.8bn in 2019, just behind the insurance sector (£16.9bn) and financial services (£43.4bn). 


Read More

Coal India, IndusInd Bank, Jindal Steel, LIC Housing Finance, DHFL, Ashok Leyland

angel may

Trends in COVID-19, SC’s hearing on loan moratorium extension and Services PMI data for August will be tracked

© Provided by The Financial Express
Trends in COVID-19, SC’s hearing on loan moratorium extension and Services PMI data for August will be tracked

Nifty futures were trading just 10.55 points or 0.09 per cent up at 11,575.20 on Singaporean Exchange, indicating a tepid opening for BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 on Singaporean Exchange. Investors will keep a tab on India-China tensions. On Wednesday, India banned 118 more Chinese apps including PUBG. Besides, trends in COVID-19, SC’s hearing on loan moratorium extension and Services PMI data for August will be keenly tracked. “Markets are trying to digest the recent negatives however we feel traders should continue with a cautious view and prefer hedged bets. In absence of any major event, the India-China broader dispute and performance of world markets would continue to dictate the trend,” said Ajit Mishra, VP – Research, Religare Broking Ltd.

Stocks in focus today:

Coal India:

Read More

It’s time for the UK to set its financial services sector up for success

angel may

a person standing in front of a building

© Provided by City AM

With the Brexit transition period drawing to a close, the United Kingdom has a unique opportunity for legislative and regulatory reform. 

For our financial services sector, the Treasury’s review of the regulatory framework presents a fantastic chance to set the UK up for another decade of global leadership, in an international market that is fast-changing and more competitive than ever.

The financial services sector is one of the engines of Britain’s economy. It employs over one million people, contributes over £130bn to the economy annually, supports the public finances through billions of pounds of tax receipts, and helps businesses and individuals across the country to grow. The UK bridges the gap between old and new: it is both a leading centre for the burgeoning global fintech industry and a stalwart of more traditional services such as asset management, insurance and wholesale lending.

Read more: The

Read More

NAW & Creditsafe Partner to Provide Credit and Financial Insights to Wholesaler-Distributors

angel may

Allentown, PA, Sept. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW) has partnered with business intelligence experts, Creditsafe, to provide comprehensive and innovative credit management, compliance, and commercial data solutions to the wholesale distribution industry.

“This new partnership provides unprecedented access to the data our industry needs in the areas of business intelligence, credit management, compliance, and data,” said Dirk Van Dongen, NAW President & CEO. “It is one more way that we can help wholesaler-distributors make smarter and more informed decisions, especially in light of the current pandemic.”

Creditsafe was chosen as NAW’s business intelligence partner due to its extensive database, integrated solutions, and real-time reporting that will allow wholesaler-distributors access to powerful commercial insights. Companies that take advantage of this partnership will be able to leverage data, analysis, and metrics that will provide them a competitive advantage as well as a better understanding of how

Read More

Japan’s suicide rate has fallen in the pandemic and less work and financial stress may be factors, study suggests

angel may

a person walking down a city street: The coronavirus pandemic has reduced working hours in Japan by 10 to 20 per cent, according to the study. Photo: AFP

The coronavirus pandemic has reduced working hours in Japan by 10 to 20 per cent, according to the study. Photo: AFP

The suicide rate in Japan has declined amid the coronavirus pandemic, and reduced working hours and government financial support could be among the factors contributing to the fall, a new study suggests.

It found that the number of people in Japan who took their own lives from February to June was down 13.5 per cent from the average for that period.

The estimated “number of averted suicide deaths during the pandemic is 1,027 from February to June 2020 (while) the number of direct deaths from Covid-19 is 974”, the team led by Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology researcher Shohei Okamoto wrote in a non-peer-reviewed paper posted on on Wednesday.

Get the latest insights and analysis from our Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in

Read More

Lincoln Electric Announces September 2020 Events With the Financial Community

angel may

CLEVELAND, Sept. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc., (Nasdaq: LECO) today announced participation in the following upcoming events in the month of September with the financial community:

Vertical Research Partners 2020 Virtual Global Industrials Conference
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
11:45 a.m. Eastern Time
Gabriel Bruno, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Morgan Stanley Virtual 8th Annual Laguna Conference
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
3:00pm Eastern Time
Gabriel Bruno, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

The Morgan Stanley Virtual Laguna Conference presentation will be webcast and can be accessed on our Investor Relations web site at A replay will also be available on our web site.


Lincoln Electric is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, automated joining, assembly and cutting systems, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment, and has a leading global position in brazing and soldering alloys.

Read More

South African Utility Sees Higher Tariffs as Only Panacea to Financial Woes

angel may

(Bloomberg) — South Africa’s embattled state power utility said its ballooning debt can only be kept in check if it’s paid cost-reflective tariffs because cost cutting offers limited respite and government bailouts are unsustainable.

a group of clouds in the sky: Kusile coal-fired power station, operated by Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

© Bloomberg
Kusile coal-fired power station, operated by Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. executives told lawmakers on Wednesday that the company had amassed 488 billion rand ($27.3 billion) in debt by the end of March, almost 11% more than it owed a year earlier. The company’s finances have deteriorated despite the government having given it 188 billion rand in grants and loans over past decade.


Load Error

Besides being denied the tariff increases it requested by the electricity regulator, Eskom has also been grappling with breakdowns at its old and poorly maintained power stations and massive cost over-runs at two new plants. Inadequate generating capacity has resulted in rotating

Read More

Air Lease Corporation Chief Financial Officer to Speak at 10th Annual Deutsche Bank Aircraft Finance & Leasing Conference

angel may

Air Lease Corporation (“ALC”) (NYSE: AL) announced today that Gregory B. Willis, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, will be presenting at the Deutsche Bank 10th Annual Aircraft Finance & Leasing Conference on Wednesday, September 9th, at 2:45pm Eastern Time. The event is taking place virtually this year, and the presentation will be broadcast live through a link on the Investors page of the Air Lease Corporation website at Alternatively, virtual attendees may access the webcast directly via this link: Deutsche Bank 10th Annual Finance & Leasing Conference. Please visit the website prior to the webcast to register, download and install any necessary audio software. Any presentation materials utilized for this speaking engagement will be posted in advance of the presentation time to the Investors section of the Air Lease website at

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of

Read More

QCash Financial And Celero Enable Cornerstone Credit Union To Streamline Support For Members’ Short-Term Liquidity Needs

angel may

A three-month pilot automates the small dollar lending process for Cornerstone, enabling them to provide fast and efficient delivery of short-term loan products

YORKTON, SK / ACCESSWIRE / September 2, 2020 / Cornerstone Credit Union has partnered with QCash Financial and Celero to participate in a pilot project of QCash Financial’s short-term loan products, offering to help their members deal with unexpected cash needs.

Working with Celero to integrate QCash Financial’s solution into their core banking system through the Celero Xchange™ platform, Cornerstone will offer two loan types to its members – CUCash and CUCash Plus. CUCash loans range from $300 to $700 loans and CUCash Plus loans range from $701 to $5,000 loans. Small dollar loans provide members with affordable alternatives to payday loans through lower-interest rates and financial literacy support.

“Our connections with our members drive our offerings and our support for their financial wellness and goals,”

Read More