AmCham Mexico
Pedro Casas, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer
American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico, A.C.
Blas Pascal No. 205, Piso 3
Col. Los Morales
11510 Mexico, D.F., Mexico
(52-55) 5141-3820
(52-55) 5141-3836
US Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 60326
Houston, TX 77205-0326

Established in 1917, the mission of the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico is to promote bilateral trade and investment between Mexico and the United States. Representing 85 percent of U.S. private investment in Mexico, the Chamber actively advocates corporate issues and concerns before the U.S. and Mexican public and private sectors as well as multilateral organizations. AmCham Mexico corporate membership allows executives the ability to network and stay informed through the Chamber’s committee systems in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey, and through approximately 40 public events per year. Members can also access trade, economic, and business information through more than 30 annual publications. The Chamber maintains additional branches in Guadalajara and Monterrey.

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