Despite threats by President Trump, the U.S. capital present in Mexicali's manufacturing industry, Baja California, is not relocating and new investment is expected. Salvador Maese Barraza, President of Index, disclosed the kick start of a construction project from the Cerveceria de Baja California (Mexican brewery), with an economic out pour of US$1.6 billion, plus new plants and production lines opening in the electronics sector.

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  • 8 Korean companies interested in Coahuila

    The Sub-secretary of Economic Development and Competitiveness, Ricardo Schumm Cerda, informed that during the 2017 Seoul Motor Show, out of the 40 companies that participated in the business meetings, 8 were Korean and became interested in investing in Coahuila.  These companies are in the business of polyester, energy generation through solar panels, car rims and brakes, among others. Although investment amounts or number of jobs were not disclosed in these business meetings, the expectation is to formalize some of these plans before the year ends.

8 Korean companies interested in Coahuila

The Sub-secretary of Economic Development and Competitiveness, Ricardo Schumm Cerda, informed that during the 2017 Seoul Motor...

Ensenada grows its infrastructure with investment by Hutchison Ports EIT

Hutchison Ports EIT invested US$100 million to increase the infrastructure and equipment for the Port of Ensenada, which would...

Kia prospects to export to 65 countries from Nuevo Leon

The Kia plant, in Pesqueria, Nuevo Leon, expects to export to 65 countries in Latin America, Middle East and Africa, by the end...