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  • Automotive manufacturer will invest US$3 million in Jalisco
  • Mitchell Plastics open their doors in Queretaro
  • Mexico, ready to receive Canadian investment in SMC’s: Bancomext
  • More plants from foreign companies arriving to Monterrey
  • TEN Arquitectos the most likely choice to build the new airport
  • Technological Agroindustry Park to be built in Zapotlan
  • Parras will have an industrial park
  • Kia Motors will start assembling autos in Mexico in 2016
  • Aerospace Summit to be held in Queretaro
  • Mexico and the USA promote aerospace SMC’s cluster
  • Investment in Baja California aerospace industry
  • SCT promotes the creation of the Federal Civil Aviation Agency
  • Uruapan is attractive for assemblers in the automotive industry: Ministry of the Economy
  • Vesta is raising an automotive industrial park in Tlaxcala
  • Peńa Nieto will announce the new Hyundai plant
  • Guanajuato wants it all: they are after suppliers
  • Guanajuato will reactivate the leather industry
  • Nissan will assemble three Infiniti models in the new Aguascalientes Complex
  • International Surface Finishing Academy announces Anodizing for Aerospace Workshop to be held at the UNAQ campus in Queretaro, Mexico
  • Aerospace sector, efficient; reaches US$1 billion trade surplus
  • Assemblers like Mexico

    Mexico City— Mexico has become so attractive for investments in automotive sector that it outdid Canada as production and export center in North America, according to Wards Auto Consultants Firm. Wards Auto estimates that vehicles production in Canada will remain the same in the next 6 years, while production in Mexico will keep on growing due to decisions made by several assemblers to expand their production capacity here. Canada has capacity to produce 3 million vehicles every year, but in 2012 such figure is expected to drop to 2.5 million units, because General Motors is consolidating operations from two plants in only one plant. As a matter of fact, vehicles production in Mexico is expected to reach 3 million units in 2014 and continue growing in the following years.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 01/08/2012