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Mexico is building an auto nation

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PAACE Automechanika Mexico City by Alberto Esenaro

According to a recent report on the Wall Street Journal, Mexico’s auto industry manufacturing output rose 7.5% in the first seven months of 2014. These recent gains place Mexico’s auto industrial output ahead of Brazil, its closest rival in the region. According to the same report, Mexico manufacturing of automobiles reached 1.86 million units produced so far this year. At the same time...

To Auto Parts Suppliers: Mexico Offers Renewed Opportunity

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Tesla Robot Dance by Steve Jurvetson

Photo credit: Tesla Robot Dance by Steve Jurvetson Many experts have watched the development and evolution of Mexico’s economy. Her GDP has been steadily rising for the last few years and many of her people are being lifted from poverty. It is estimated that in the next five years Mexico could produce an annual manufacturing output of US $60 billion. There have been a number of reasons for this...

Growth in Mexico’s Auto Manufacturing: Opportunity for Auto Part Suppliers

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Factory in the Mirror by Ruthanne Reid

Photo credit: Factory in the Mirror by Ruthanne Reid To anyone who’s been watching Mexico’s economy for the past few years, it will come as no surprise that it’s growing by leaps and bounds compared to other countries in the world that have been effected by the global economic downturn. Because of the Spanish-speaking country’s prowess in automobile manufacturing, both...

High-Tech Manufacturing Driving Mexico Economy

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Overheating laptop by nick@

Photo credit: Overheating laptop by nick@ Mexico’s economy, up until very recently, was based on labor-intensive, low-paying industries such as textiles.  However, in the past few years, the industry that’s been fuelling economic growth in this Spanish-speaking North American country is that of high-tech automotive manufacturing; and although the textile and other manufacturing jobs have been...

Mexico’s 3.9 percent Economic Growth in 2012 Expected to Continue

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Photo credit: Bolsa Mexicana de Valores by mykewithwai Mexico’s Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), translated as the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, has recently stated to the public that the country’s economy, due to a rise in agricultural sector activity, grew by 3.9 percent in 2012. The growth in the economy corresponded to projections made by the Mexican...

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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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