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This is why Mexico Has Become the Leading Global Manufacturing Hub

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Mexico finally starts setting its path towards a strong economy. With many structural reforms to its Constitution, especially the finally-approved energy reforms which benefit both the country and foreign investors, the Latin American country is quickly beating China and becoming the manufacturing base of many companies. Even Chinese companies are looking for opportunities in Mexico. This may...

Luxury Car Manufacturing on A Roll in Mexico

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Old Mercedes Benz by lusikkolbaskin

Photo credit: Old Mercedes Benz by lusikkolbaskin Mexico is the eighth largest automotive producer in the world. The automobile industry represents 3.6% of the country’s GDP, of which 14% is of manufacturing output. According to a fact sheet published through the US Embassy in Mexico City, production has increased by a record breaking 12.01% in 2012, which comes to around three million cars that...

GM bets on Mexico

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General Motors by Michael Kumm

Photo credit: General Motors by Michael Kumm General Motors has outlined plans, which will look to invest over US$600 million for the expansion of their Mexican operations. This investment will facilitate new factories and upgrades to existing premises. The company announced that the investment is intended as a celebration of reaching 78 years working in Mexico. The investment will also provide...

Is Audi luring the German carmakers to Mexico?

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IAA 2013: Audi Nanuk Quattro by MotorBlog

Photo credit: MotorBlog.com The interest in Mexico manufacturing is continuing to grow with additional automotive plants looking set to be built in the near future. Since announcement from Audi for creating their first plant for assembly and production in Mexico, automakers have found Mexico very likable for expanding automotive operations. Audi confirmed plans for a $1.3 billion plant which is...

Aviation manufacturing finds a home in Mexico

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Copenhagen Takeoff by Julien Menichini

Photo credit: Copenhagen Takeoff by Julien Menichini The aerospace manufacturing industry in Mexico has been building momentum over the last decade. The national government has been focused on developing domestic industry to build the Mexican economy. This focus of priorities has encouraged the growth of the aerospace industry from $146 million of exports in 2004 through to $3.5 billion in 2010...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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