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  • Volvo and Scania analyzing investing in Durango
  • Cisco will strengthen investment in domestic manufacturing
  • Artecola kicks-off operations in Leon, Guanajuato
  • Chinese companies will invest in Mexico
  • Thirty Mexican companies are interested on bidding for the construction of NAICM
  • Gulfstream presents a new family of aircraft
  • Hangar being built in UNAQ
  • Tecma Group Mexico Manufacturing Mobile App Now Available
  • Aeromexico and its workers union reach an agreement
  • Bancomext has authorized a credit for US$50 million to rebuild Los Cabos Airport
  • Logistics Center to be built in Guanajuato
  • Two Canadian companies in the automotive field will establish in San Luis Potosi
  • Japanese investments reach US$500 million
  • Mexico will become an international hub
  • TechOps will consolidate its operations in 2015
  • Auto parts plant invests US$16.5 million in Puebla
  • INTERMEX MANUFACTURA DE CHIHUAHUA extended for 1 year its current lease contract with INTERMEX for its Shelter Services to MANOIR AEROSPACE.
  • Relevant topics to be discussed in Mexico’s Aerospace Summit to be held in Queretaro
  • The Mexican Air Force will hold an aerospace tradeshow in 2015
  • Proposal to create an Aerospace Medicine Institute in Mexico
  • Mexico displaced in FDI received

    Monterrey, Mexico.- Mexico lost 10 positions among favorite countries for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the last decade as a consequence of lack of industrial policies to take advantage of NAFTA, businessmen in the steel and iron industry from Mexico, United States and Canada warned. At a meeting organized by the North American Steel Trade Committee in Washington, the businessmen expressed their concern for the figures on investment and jobs lost, and they will therefore find joint measures to counteract the competition from Asian countries in the region. According to a report from the United Nations Conference on Trade And Development (UNCTAD) presented in the trilateral meeting, Mexico went from fourth in foreign investment received in 1994 to the current seventeenth position, displaced by countries such as Italy, Spain, India, Germany, Canada and France.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 18/07/2012