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  • In spite of violence, investments coming to Mexico

    Mexico City.- Venue: A meeting room at the premises in Mexico City of one of the largest 50 manufacturing companies in Mexico. The reason why executive officers from Mexico and the United States met: Presenting the results of a study made, showing that Mexico is gaining competitiveness over India and China, and that there are more violent places, such as Brazil and Venezuela. “We find talent in Mexico as nowhere else, standing out universities, open boundaries that allow bringing supplies from other countries without any trouble. What is difficult is making the corporation in Europe see that violence is focused and that not everything is as seen on TV”, one of the executives says. Even if Mexico is considered violent, investments keep on coming and several manufacturing companies are doing well and planning to bring more investment.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 13/03/2012