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  • Toyota considering a factory in Mexico
  • Mexico will produce more than 3 million automobiles: AMIA
  • China interested on investing in Tabasco projects
  • US companies interested on establishing in Juarez
  • Investments add to US$7 million
  • Airbus will train pilots in NL
  • Faurecia invested US$25 million in the expansion of their plant in Puebla
  • Safran reaching out for youngsters
  • Mexico’s Aerospace Industry growing at the same pace as China’s
  • Interest and confusion on the future of air cargo with the new Mexico City International Airport: Specialists
  • US$15.1 million allocated to Creel Airport
  • New Heil Tank Trailer plant in Mexico helps manufacturer answer market needs
  • Amistad Industrial Developers announced NEW DEVELOPMENT in Central Mexico!!
  • Industrial parks want Mexican companies
  • “Wave” of investments in the automotive area arriving to Mexico
  • Toyota pondering a new plant in Mexico
  • Chihuahua-New Mexico railway works will start with US$1 billion investment
  • First Audi suppliers coming to Tlaxcala
  • Prettl will build a new plant in Colon
  • German company expands investment in Aguascalientes
  • México benefits from Pacific Alliance Agreement

    Mexico.- Mexico had trade surplus with Chile, Colombia and Peru for a total amount of US$1.592 billion in the first quarter of 2012, and it is therefore the main beneficiary from Pacific Alliance, an agreement signed yesterday. Exports from Mexico to these three countries in South America added from January to March to US$2.296 billion, while imports amounted to US$704 million. Not only did Mexico had a surplus in its trade with each of these countries, but exports posted 2-digit year-to-year growth in the first quarter: 35.4% to Peru; 22.6%, to Colombia and 11.5% to Chile. Pacific Alliance is an initiative which purpose is forming a deeply integrated area for the free circulation of goods, services, capitals and people among these four countries, which already have bilateral free trade agreements with each other.
    Source: El Economista | Date: 08/06/2012