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  • The Energy Reform will double Arendalís expansion
  • Bombardier accelerates production and biddings
  • Vuteq will invest US$24 million in a new plant located in Ramos Arizpe
  • Manufacturing industry increases investment in IT
  • Philips Lighting Electromagnetics has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 161,115 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Fernandez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
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  • Land assigned to SCT for the new airport
  • New plants coming to central Mexico
  • Nuevo Leon will receive US$5.5 billion
  • Korea turns its eyes to Chihuahua
  • Tlaxcala works on creating an automotive cluster
  • Cosma has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 31,119 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Juarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Sanhua joins the client family as Amistadís first Chinese Company!
  • Californiaís Coastal Closeouts, Inc. to operate in Mexico with the Tecma Group
  • First Texas Products has signed a lease agreement with Intermex Industrial Parks to expand their operations in Ciudad Juarez, Chih. Mexico
  • Danhil Containers has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 79,078 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Aerojuarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Bilco has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 41,100 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Gema I Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Queretaro is in an open fight with BC for the aerospace sector
  • Automotive sectors pushes exports up again

    Mexico City.- Last April Mexican exports added to US$31.042 billion, pushed up by the automotive sector, which helped reach 11.6% year-to-year increase, according to the Mexican Statistics Agency, Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Geografia (INEGI). Automobiles sales abroad posted 19.6% year-to-year increase, after totaling US$7.396 billion. Imports also went up 12.1% and reached US$30.482 billion; therefore; Mexico had a surplus of US$560 million. The previous month, March, Mexican exports went up 3.4% only, the lowest increase in 29 months, amidst global deceleration of international trade. Economic groups interviewed by Banco de Mexico forecast that the value of non-petroleum exports will go up 10.8% in 2012, petroleum exports will do 6.1% and goods imports are expected to grow 10.5%.
    Source: El Economista | Date: 30/05/2012