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  • US$410 million to be invested in Chihuahua, generating 5,500 jobs
  • Mexico enjoys international investors’ confidence
  • Senior Operations will grow in Saltillo
  • Quimmco invests in auto parts development
  • Sanmina will invest US$27 million
  • Aeromexico, Interjet and Volaris receive supplies from Leon
  • Chihuahua looking in Canada for aerospace investment.
  • Aerospace companies will invest in Mexico
  • Aerospace cluster strengthened by the execution of the Mexico-France Agreement
  • Penjamo wants to enter into the industrial activity with a new park
  • Eight companies from India will invest in Jalisco
  • ZKW breaks ground in Guanajuato Inland Port
  • The Government will invest US$909.10 million in the Merchant Marine for the energy boom
  • Audi inaugurates Specialization Center in Puebla
  • Halla Visteon Climate Control expands its operations in Chihuahua
  • Aeromar Carga expands its terminal in Mexico City International Airport
  • Volvo and Scania analyzing investing in Durango
  • Cisco will strengthen investment in domestic manufacturing
  • Artecola kicks-off operations in Leon, Guanajuato
  • Chinese companies will invest in Mexico
  • US punishing China will benefit Mexico

    Mexico City—Antidumping tariffs to be charged by the United States on Chinese solar panels represent an opportunity for Mexico to become their main supplier. According to an analysis by IQOM Inteligencia Comercial Consultants Firm, China is currently the main solar panels supplier for the USA, and Mexico dropped from second to third, but it could recover ground. Last March 21st, the US Department of Commerce disclosed the preliminary resolution of the antidumping investigation against solar panels imports from China, made at the request of SolarWorld Industries America. In 2011 China ranked first in US supply of this type of panels, with shipments for over US$972 million. “Also in 2011, Mexico ranked third solar panels supplier to the USA, with shipments for US$213 million. Possible antidumping tariffs charged on Chinese products may benefit Mexico in this market”, IQOM’s analysis adds.
    Source: El Diario | Date: 27/03/2012