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  • Cesar Duarte will travel to China to “secure” assembly plant
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  • Chihuahua Governor, Cesar Duarte, meets with Yazaki Group

    Tokyo, Japan.- Cesar Duarte Jaquez, Chihuahua Governor, visited the offices of Yazaki Group, a company known in Chihuahua for their multiple operations established to date in the State of Chihuahua. The purpose of the meeting was analyzing and acknowledging the good performance Grupo Yazaki’s plants have in Chihuahua, especially in Matachic Municipality. Yazaki Group is a multi-sector company, focused on automotive industry, manufacturing cables and electric conductors, harnesses and automotive components, automotive measuring instruments, optic fiber conductors, air conditioning equipment, gas gages and solar power equipment. It is the largest employer in rural zones at the State of Chihuahua with 11 plants that employ 8,300 people, who work on manufacturing and assembling parts for automotive vehicles’ electric system.
    Source: El Diario | Date: 12/03/2012