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  • Eurocopter will invest US$100 million in Mexico

    Eurocopter, the European helicopter manufacturer, will initially invest US$100 million in a first stage to build their plant in Queretaro; over time, the investment could reach US$500 million. The above was informed by Dominique Maudet, Executive Vice-president of this French-German-Spaniard Group in France, during the execution of the collaboration agreement between Eurocopter de Mexico and Tubomeca Mexico from Safran Group, to train technicians in helicopters maintenance and the opening of the first joint Training Center. Maudet explained that the company’s interest on investing in Mexico is because this country is strategic for their business, for many reasons, such as “its location in the Dollar zone, low costs, qualified labor and position regarding other Hispano-American countries”.
    Source: El Universal | Date: 25/05/2012