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  • Queretaro is in an open fight with BC for the aerospace sector
  • Drones, an aerospace niche: UNAQ
  • There will be more companies in the aerospace sector
  • NMCIA will be the “world’s most sustainable airport”: Foster
  • Howa Mexico inaugurated after US$29.5 million were invested
  • Toyota considering a factory in Mexico
  • Mexico will produce more than 3 million automobiles: AMIA
  • China interested on investing in Tabasco projects
  • US companies interested on establishing in Juarez
  • Investments add to US$7 million
  • Airbus will train pilots in NL
  • Faurecia invested US$25 million in the expansion of their plant in Puebla
  • Safran reaching out for youngsters
  • Mexico’s Aerospace Industry growing at the same pace as China’s
  • 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
  • New Heil Tank Trailer plant in Mexico helps manufacturer answer market needs
  • Amistad Industrial Developers announced NEW DEVELOPMENT in Central Mexico!!
  • Industrial parks want Mexican companies
  • “Wave” of investments in the automotive area arriving to Mexico
  • Mexico keeps rating as stable: Standard and Poor´s

    Mexico.- Mexico’s rating shows the government’s history of applying cautious fiscal and monetary policies, which have contributed to keeping inflation and deficit low, have pushed its economic resistance and have kept foreign debt at bay. The rating also shows Mexico’s limited fiscal flexibility and modest economic growth perspectives in the medium term. Approximately 35% of total budgetary income comes from the petroleum sector, which leaves the government in a vulnerable situation due to the volatility in oil prices, while the non-petroleum revenue basis remains low. The Mexican economy grew 3.96% in 2011 and domestic demand gained impulse, while net exports slowed down. We consider growth in 2012 will decelerate to 3%, in line with what happened upon closing last year and amidst global economic uncertainty. Therefore, we estimate growth rate will average 3.3% in coming years, which is low if compared to most of the other emerging markets. Source: Kiosco Mayor
    Source: Miscellaneous | Date: 07/05/2012