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  • Mexico, investment opportunity for Honeywell

    Phoenix, Arizona.- Frank Whitsura, Vice-president and Chief Executive Officer, Projects and Solutions Automation with Honeywell, said that Mexico is one of the most important markets for the company in Latin America, where they participate with US$1 billion every year. He said that Honeywell employs 12,000 people in Mexico, in sectors such as petrochemical, maritime and ports, in addition to the mining sector, where their relationship with Grupo Mexico is very close. In an interview, Mr. Whitsura said that he does not think coming elections in Mexico will pose any risk on their investment strategy. “We are used to having relations throughout the world, with different types of governments and with presidents that have very different ways of thinking”.
    Source: T21 | Date: 19/06/2012