U.S. to lose competitiveness if it stops getting supplies from Mexico
Joseph Stiglitz, a U.S. economist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economy in 2001, warned that the U.S. industry will loose competitiveness if it stops getting supplies from Mexico and other countries. “There will be no more job creation… without those imported low-cost pieces, vehicles manuf...
JFE Holdings to build plant in Mexico
JFE Holdings, a Japanese steel manufacturer, is planning to build a steel plant in Mexico, closely observing President Trump's policies, which could tear apart a regional commercial pact, informed Shinichi Okada, VP of JFE. JFE and Nucor said last June that a partnership would be formed to build the...
Trailer manufacturer Tyrsol to open its second production site
Tanques y Remolques Sol (Tyrsol) will open a new plant to increase its installed capacity by 20% for the production of tanks, hoppers, tippers and platforms, due to the growth potential of the energy and merchandise transport sectors, mainly for automotive goods, said Miguel Vazquez Garza, Director...
France, with an option to invest in Mexico
The Federal commissioner for Protection against Health Risks, Julio Sanchez y Tepoz, had a meeting with the French ambassador to Mexico, Maryse Bossiere, and a group of entrepreneurs of the pharmaceutical sector from that European Country, with the objective of strengthening ties for collaboration i...
Nissan Mexico achieves breaking-record year in production, sales
Nissan Motor announced its production and sales final figures for December 2016 and calendar year 2016, which included breaking record numbers in both fields for its Mexican subsidiary. Nissan’s global production in December increased 5.8% year-on-year to 462,510 units, the eleventh consecutive m...

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