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  • Jalisco interested in Audi plant

    Guadalajara, Jalisco.- Jalisco competes with qualified personnel to receive the investment to be made by Audi and it is among the four possible destinations for their assembly plant to be installed in Mexico. The main attraction offered by the State is the presence of several companies that have personnel qualified in automotive design, according to Carlos Gomez Michel, Chairman of the Electronics Industry Chain of Supply Association, Cadena de la Industria Electrónica (Cadelec). The companies established in Jalisco with qualified labor in high technology design include Continental, Intel, SCI Sanmina, Jabil and Flextronics.
    Source: El Informador | Date: 14/05/2012