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  • Investment for US$374 million in the State of Mexico announced
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  • Queretaro advances in the aeronautics sector
  • TMM wants to boost ships construction in Tampico shipyard
  • GM will produce their compact model Cruze in Mexico in 2016
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  • Mars inaugurates the expansion of their plant in Jalisco
  • Mexico: a country provider of engineering talent

    Mexico City.- The process to assemble 17,000 pieces to create Ford Fiesta in Mexico is proof of the professional level of Mexican workers which, for Marcos Perez, Ford’s Chief Engineering Officer, are among the best trained in the world. Members of a 2,000 people labor force, engineers from Ford’s assembly plant in Cuautitlan, State of Mexico have proved to be highly skilled through a “quite stringent” recruitment and screening system. “Mexican engineers’ level is not short from anyone else’s in the world (…)” Marcos Perez assured. Currently, one million 183 thousand engineers are working in Mexico; however, in order to meet labor demand, hiring rates in the sector should double in the next 10 years.
    Source: Excelsior | Date: 15/03/2012