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  • Pepsico invests US$56.6 millions in treatment plant
  • Chihuahua will manufacture an airplane by 2023
  • The first machines for Audi plant have arrived
  • Interjet reports the results of Mexico-Bogota route a year after it started operating
  • Altamira Port will receive investments for US$75.5 million in 2014
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  • Cesar Duarte will travel to China to “secure” assembly plant
  • Guanajuato Inland Port grows with new tenants
  • A new Hyundai plant may be installed in Nuevo Leon
  • Aeromexico and Mexico City Government inaugurate the first "CDMX" airplane to promote tourism
  • Jalisco attracts German investment in the automotive and aerospace industries
  • Kostal Group will build a second plant
  • The Minister of the Economy inaugurated 2 new plants in Bafar Complex
  • Amistad Welcomes Mahle and TitanX
  • Zacatecas, with everything to have an Automotive Cluster
  • Collaboration Agreement entered by the SLP Government and the company BMW, S.A. de C.V.
  • The Mexican and German Ministers of Foreign Affairs inaugurated an industrial plant in Mexico
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  • Mexico, second in Foreign Direct Investment in LA

    Mexico City.- Mexico stayed in 2011 as the second largest receiver of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Latin America, after receiving US$19.440 billion last year, “which meant a 10% increase over the previous year”, Alicia Barcena, Executive Secretary, ECLA, affirmed. Even if Mexico was outdone by Brazil, which received US$66.660 billion, it is important to observe that the new investment arriving to Mexico is of the highest quality. Hugo Beteta, Head of ECLA Office for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, pointed out that “our country has been the main destination of FDI with high technological content”. Mexico and Brazil together receive between 70% and 80% of investment with high technological content in Latin America.
    Source: Excelsior | Date: 07/05/2012