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  • Continental will invest US$2.7 million in the expansion of their manufacturing plant in Silao
  • 4G Ingenieria Plant inaugurated in Guanajuato
  • Care Fusion inaugurates new facilities
  • GMexico planning to invest US$9 billion by 2017
  • Governor Francisco Vega confirms investment and employment in BC aerospace sector
  • Pepsico invests US$56.6 millions in treatment plant
  • Chihuahua will manufacture an airplane by 2023
  • The first machines for Audi plant have arrived
  • Interjet reports the results of Mexico-Bogota route a year after it started operating
  • Altamira Port will receive investments for US$75.5 million in 2014
  • 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
  • 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