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UK firm predicts Mexico’s Auto Industry will grow despite tariffs
Auto market analysis and forecasts firm LMC Automotive predicts automakers will continue to invest in Mexico over the next four years despite tariff threats and social media bashing from President Donald Trump. According to the LMC study (PDF), Mexican production for two of Detroit’s three autom...
Landstar System moves operations to expanded logistics center in Laredo
Landstar System, a worldwide provider of integrated transportation management solutions announced the opening of its new U.S./Mexico Logistics Service Center in Laredo, Texas. The company has provided Mexico cross-border services out of Laredo since 1999, and has moved its operations to this expande...
Iberdrola plans to build a new US$ 600 million power plant in Mexico
Iberdrola, second largest electricity producer in Mexico, announced today it will invest US$ 600 million to build a new plant in the State of Nuevo Leon. Jose Ignacio Sanchez Galan, Iberdrola’s CEO, said to Bloomberg it will be its twenty-first plant in the country. Sanchez Galan pointed out the...
India offers alliance to Mexico
India is looking to become Mexico's ally in the textile and apparel sector. Muktesh Pardeshi, India's ambassador in Mexico, explains that, regardless of the Government change in the U.S., they want to increase their relation with Mexico. Anil Rajvanshi, from the Council to Promote Synthetic Textiles...
Japanese investment project number 1,000 arriving in Mexico
JFE-Steel, provider of galvanized steel for the automotive sector, is the company number 1,000 with investment in Mexico, informed Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Minister of Economy. According to the report, JFE-Steel is investing US$270 million on a factory which will be located in Silao, Guanajuat...