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  • OMA will invest US$26.5 million in the new Acapulco terminal
  • Audi, BMW and Mercedes looking for suppliers in Mexico
  • Auto parts company starts operations in Parral
  • 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
  • Nemak will invest US$200 million in two plants
  • Embraer will make airplane interiors in Chihuahua
  • Dishon will join the aerospace sector in Queretaro
  • SLP delivers land to BMW for the new plant
  • Nemak will build two factories in Mexico
  • Toyota Mexico will manufacture a new car with US$100 million
  • Global strategy to promote maquladora industry is urgently needed

    Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.- In addition to a bill to create a chain of supply for maquiladora industry, a strategy is needed to develop companies with a level of commitment that the industry finds convincing, according to the National Chamber of Processing Industry, Camara Nacional de la Industria de la Transformacion (Canacintra) and Desarrollo Economico del Norte (DEN), an organization devoted to promoting economic development in northern Mexico. Hector Nuñez Polanco, Coordinator, DEN, said that setting a legal framework to facilitate the chain of supply is good, but more work has to be done to generate a domestic industry that produces primary supplies, which are integrated into the final product. He further said that up to now most of the products supplied by Mexican companies to maquiladoras are secondary supplies, i.e. things that the company needs to operate, but not those that go inside the product. He said that what Juarez needs is advancing fast on this issue, because this is how companies may generate better jobs and greater value added.
    Source: El Diario | Date: 07/05/2012