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  • Investments add to US$7 million
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  • Interest and confusion on the future of air cargo with the new Mexico City International Airport: Specialists
  • US$15.1 million allocated to Creel Airport
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  • Amistad Industrial Developers announced NEW DEVELOPMENT in Central Mexico!!
  • Industrial parks want Mexican companies
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  • Mazda de Mexico keeps exporting to Brazil plans

    Mexico City.- After an agreement reached between Brazil’s and Mexico’s governments within the framework of ACE 55, Mazda Motor de Mexico affirmed they keep their export plans to Brazil, once production starts in the plant they are building in Salamanca, Guanajuato. “Mazda Corporation recognizes Mexico’s Government commitment to negotiations with Brazil, making it possible to maintain the trade relationship, benefiting both countries”, Leopoldo Orellana, President, Mazda Motor de Mexico, said. He pointed-out that as part of Mazda’s expansion in the world, in June 2011 Mazda Corporation announced an investment for the construction of a manufacturing plant in Salamanca, to produce Mazda2 and Mazda3, to be sold in the domestic market and exported to Central and South America.
    Source: El Universal | Date: 23/03/2012