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  • Automotive sector provides impulse to 3M
  • The Governor of Queretaro heads the Mexican Manufacturing Association Meeting
  • Queretaro opens to Chinese investment
  • Investment will grow in the electric sector
  • Oil companies from Houston want to establish in Monterrey
  • Linares may attract an assembly plant: Sedec
  • Pemex announces investment in refineries for US$1.4 billion
  • The Aerospace Industry is starting to grow in Jalisco
  • The Ministry of Energy presents Round One to companies
  • Cleantech Challenge Mexico 2014
  • Aerospace clusters mitigate economic turbulence
  • US$410 million to be invested in Chihuahua, generating 5,500 jobs
  • Mexico enjoys international investors’ confidence
  • Senior Operations will grow in Saltillo
  • Quimmco invests in auto parts development
  • Sanmina will invest US$27 million
  • Aeromexico, Interjet and Volaris receive supplies from Leon
  • Chihuahua looking in Canada for aerospace investment.
  • Aerospace companies will invest in Mexico
  • Aerospace cluster strengthened by the execution of the Mexico-France Agreement
  • Mexican industry stumbles in May

    Mexico City.- Industrial production in Mexico suffered a 0.93% setback last May when compared to April, according to seasonally-adjusted figures from the Mexican Statistics Agency, Instituto Nacional de Estadistica, Geografia e Informatica (INEGI). This drop in the economy’s secondary sector is the second negative figure in 2012, because in February it shrank 1.39%. In addition, year-to-year figures show that industrial activity slowed-down its annual growth pace, because in May it grew 3.1% over even month the previous year, while in 2011 the growth had been 4.6% and in 2010 it reached 9.06%. According to INEGI, construction posted 4.5% year-to-year progress, manufacturing 3.7% and electricity, water and gas supplied by ducts to final consumer went up 1.5%, while mining dropped 0.1% in such month. Year-to-year increase in construction figures arises from more works to build houses, industrial plants, real estate for commerce, institutions and services purposes, and civil engineering works.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 17/07/2012