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  • Toyota considering a factory in Mexico
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  • US companies interested on establishing in Juarez
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  • US$15.1 million allocated to Creel Airport
  • New Heil Tank Trailer plant in Mexico helps manufacturer answer market needs
  • Amistad Industrial Developers announced NEW DEVELOPMENT in Central Mexico!!
  • Industrial parks want Mexican companies
  • “Wave” of investments in the automotive area arriving to Mexico
  • Toyota pondering a new plant in Mexico
  • Chihuahua-New Mexico railway works will start with US$1 billion investment
  • First Audi suppliers coming to Tlaxcala
  • Prettl will build a new plant in Colon
  • German company expands investment in Aguascalientes
  • Measures to stimulate economy required

    Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.- Businessmen said that improved public safety by itself will not be enough to keep an economic boom, and incentives are urgently required, in addition to an executive plan to keep employment in the city. The concern arises after the Mexican Social Security Institute, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, reported that in July the State of Chihuahua lost 19 jobs, the first drop this year. Until June, the State had been generating an average of 5,024 jobs per month. Cristina Cunningham Hidalgo, Chairwoman of the Entrepreneurs Coordinating Council (Consejo Coordinador Empresarial) and the National Chamber of Restaurants and Seasoned Food Industry (Camara Nacional de la Industria Restaurantera y de Alimentos Condimentados (Canirac)), said that Canirac has contacted the team of President Elect Enrique Peña Nieto, so that special attention is paid to Ciudad Juarez, where 25% of employment was lost and has not been completely recovered.
    Source: El Diario | Date: 10/08/2012