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  • Zacatecas, with everything to have an Automotive Cluster
  • Collaboration Agreement entered by the SLP Government and the company BMW, S.A. de C.V.
  • The Mexican and German Ministers of Foreign Affairs inaugurated an industrial plant in Mexico
  • Nemak will invest US$200 million in two plants
  • Embraer will make airplane interiors in Chihuahua
  • Dishon will join the aerospace sector in Queretaro
  • SLP delivers land to BMW for the new plant
  • Nemak will build two factories in Mexico
  • Toyota Mexico will manufacture a new car with US$100 million
  • Aerospace sector in Baja California booming
  • Coca-Cola will invest US$7 billion in this Administration
  • Toyota will invest US$100 million in Mexico
  • Alcom Electronicos invests US$18.3 million in Tamaulipas
  • Coahuila attracts aeronautic companies
  • Investment in Mexican aerospace industry announced
  • First Korean company opens in Guanajuato Inland Port
  • ThyssenKrupp Aerospace will increase aluminum production by 20%
  • 36,700 airplanes will join the air fleet within 20 years due to the 5% increase in air traffic
  • Six suppliers for Audi assembly plant will establish at Tlaxcala
  • Investment in Colon will generate 2,500 jobs
  • Mexico is third in advanced manufactures exports

    Mexico.- Carlos Guzman Bonfill, General Director, ProMexico, informed yesterday that Mexico is the third country in the world in advanced manufactures exports, currently accounting for 70% of technology manufactures exported from Latin America and 80% of high technology exports. As an example of the investments made in this field, he pointed out that more than 80% of Volkswagen’s Jetta Bicentenario was designed by Mexican engineers. He said that Honeywell, in a lab located in Mexicali, makes tests on instruments supplied for Airbus A350. Close to 150 Mexican engineers work in this Center, one of a kind in the world. He further spoke about Bombardier operations in Queretaro for the development of Learjet; processors development by Intel in Guadalajara and Ericsson’s investments in a control center for telecommunication networks, as well as about GE investments to design airplane engines.
    Source: Excelsior | Date: 02/08/2012