Mexican business groups and enterprises are expressing high expectations for trade and investment in China and believe that bilateral business relations will further improve, despite the ongoing epidemic. The Mexican ... Read More
Please click the following link to view the details of the interview Source: http://espanol.cri.cn/videos/interview/1030/20200729/515295.html MEXCHAM continues building bridges between China and Mexico. Cámara de Comercio de México en China (MEXCHAM)中国墨西哥商会 ... Read More
The Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM) carried out the Online Survey on the impact of COVID-19 on Mexican-Chinese business and trade relations. This survey was conducted between late ... Read More
"COVID-19. A geopolitical approach" by Dr. Arturo Oropeza, honorary adviser of MEXCHAM http://www.mexcham.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/VozIndustria-20200518-Vol-08-Num-215-COVID-19-Una-aproximacion-geopolitica.pdf MEXCHAM continues building bridges between Mexico and China. Cámara de Comercio de México en China (MEXCHAM)中国墨西哥商会 www.mexcham.org email@example.com ... Read More
Despite overseas concerns suggesting foreign companies transfer China supply chains due to disruptions caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, foreign business insiders provided reassurance that China remains attractive to ... Read More
Dear all, As companies based in Asia-Pacific continue to expand their overseas operations, they face increasing levels of complexity in their business and tax environment. It is crucial that companies ... Read More
Mota-Engil, China Communications win first part of Mexico’s Mayan rail project A consortium led by Portuguese contractor Mota-Engil in association with China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) and three Mexican firms ... Read More
On March 25th, the General Rodolfo Rodríguez Quezada, President of FAMEX-2021 and Dr. Efrén Calvo Adame, Executive President of the Chamber of Commerce of Mexico in China (MEXCHAM), signed a ... Read More
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Dr. Efrén Calvo
Dr. Efrén Calvo serves as Executive President of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM)and President of Beijing Openmind Services, Ltd.
He has over 30 years’ experience working in international trade, government and strategic consulting in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Frequent speaker on China-Latin America at business forums and international media. Mr. Calvo expertise includes industries such as mining, automotive, seafood and meat, as well as investments and real estate.
PhD in Small and Medium Size Companies (Italy)
Master in Economy (Cuba)
Bachelor in Business (Mexico)
Counsel of Mexico at the Mexican Embassy in Brazil.
Commercial Consoler at the Mexican Embassy in Italy.
Commercial Counselor of Mexico at Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Cuba.
Vice Mayor in Azcapotzalco Distracto, Mexico City.
Adviser of México City Mayor
President of National Colleague in Business of Mexico.
President of the Board of Grupo Cometa, with subsidiaries in telecom, printing, food and services.
President of Ocean Garden Products INC. San Diego, California, USA
Mr. Calvo has published 4 books and is frequent speaker in forums on China and Latin America.
Mr. Cadena serves as Executive Vice President of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM).He has over 12 years’ experience working in providing legal and business consulting in Mexico and China focusing on m&a, cross border transactions and business development between China and Latin America. He has advised dozens of Latin companies entering and doing business in China as well as Chinese companies doing business in Latin America, including SOE, SMEs and local governments.
Mr. Cadena holds a Law Degree by the National University Autonomous of Mexico, Master of Law in Political Science/International Relations by Tsinghua University, Masters in Business Administration (MBA) by Guanghua School of Management of Peking University, also holds Diplomas in Finance regulations by the Mexican Stock Exchange and Hedge Funds by RenMin University.