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  • Aerospace sector, efficient; reaches US$1 billion trade surplus
  • US$40 million investment made in Jalisco electronics industry
  • Hong Kong businessmen interested on making business with Mexico
  • Bombardier’s restructure will not affect Mexico
  • New landing system in Nuevo Laredo Airport
  • Querétaro, a driving force for aerospace exports
  • The State of Mexico has received investments for US$7.727 billion
  • Aerospace engineers wanted
  • Investment for US$374 million in the State of Mexico announced
  • Axalta will invest US$10.5 million to increase production in Mexico
  • President’s airplane delivered
  • Private investment for US$384 million in new industrial parks at Guanajuato
  • Amistad joins Nortek’s Divisions CES Group and Nordyne Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: July 2014
  • Amistad & Gentherm host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: August 2014
  • OMA supports its growth on hubs and stakeholders
  • Ten companies are interested in investing in Coahuila
  • Ferromex invests in railroads network
  • Puebla will have new industrial parks
  • Businessmen announce investments in the energy sector
  • Nuevo Leon, at the wheel of automotive innovation in Mexico
  • Mexico, among the most promising markets in the world: FCH

    Mexico City.- Mexico is one of the most promising emerging markets in the world, President Felipe Calderon declared, and further said that according to forecasts, by mid century Mexico will rank fifth or sixth among the most important economies in the world. During the event "Siemens, Working for a Sustainable Mexico", President Calderon pointed out that Mexico is now considered to be in the second wave of emerging economies, currently underway. “Mexico is one of the most attractive countries for foreign investment, it is a role model among countries members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); the second economy expected to post the largest growth this year, after Chile”, President Calderon said. He assured that last year Mexico grew more than Brazil and that it will probably do it again this year.
    Source: OEM | Date: 06/06/2012