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The American company settled in Mexico, General Motors, is preparing to resume two daily shifts in the production line of its Ramos Arizpe plant in Coahuila, after six months of operating merely one shift. The execution of this dynamic will bring in employment to 300 new workers.

The goal the GM Ramos Arizpe executives have is to resume the two shifts as of October 1. This will allow the raise of production from 48 to 52 or 54 vehicles per hour. Said plant will also be producing the Cruze and Cruze hatchback, Equinox and the new Blazer in its different versions.

General Motors is making a multi-million dollar investment in the expansion of its facilities in Ramos Arizpe, this with the hopes of building a new paint area as well.

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With an investment of US$2.2 million, Combustibles Grupo Trees, in partnership with Naturgy, inaugurated a vehicular natural gas (NGV) station in the municipality of Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon.

Naturgy works alongside the Nuevo Leon government, and representatives of the transport industry, in order to promote the usage of NGV in light and heavy vehicles.

Currently, the Agencia Estatal del Transporte of Nuevo Leon units use NGV already. However, they’re looking into the possibility of making 2,000 police patrols switch to NGV as well. Jorge Longoria Trevino, Director of the Agencia Estatal de Transporte, said that NGV is way cleaner than regular gasoline and diesel due to its low carbon dioxide and monoxide emissions.

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Jeff Moseley, president and CEO of the Texas Association of Business, has decided to make public his stance on the new NAFTA agreement. In this sense, Moseley analyzes the creation of jobs, economic growth for the United States and Mexico and the inclusion of Canada in the renegotiations:  

“Today the Trump Administration announced the framework of a US-Mexico Trade Agreement that will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Texas’ trade partnership with Mexico creates 387,000 jobs and about US$173 billion worth of goods exchanged between our two economies every year.  These figures are a result of the 540% growth in Texas-Mexico trade since NAFTA was signed in 1994.

As Texas employers and leaders we would like to congratulate the administration for their hard work in setting the stage for a renewal of the original NAFTA agreement for the 21st Century. We also would like to urge the Administration to continue to work with Canadian officials to solidify their support for the full renewal of a trilateral agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada. We appreciate the continued great work of the Texas Congressional Delegation, led by Senate Finance Trade Subcommittee Chairman John Cornyn and House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady. We know they will do all they can to ensure a fair deal for Texas businesses.

Although there is still work to do, we are hopeful the Administration will finalize this critical agreement with our top trading partner. We look forward to continuing to work with the United States Trade Representative and the Department of Commerce to expand all trading opportunities for Texas business with Mexico, Canada and beyond.”

 

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Texas Association of Business' Statement on new NAFTA agreement
Jeff Moseley, president and CEO of the Texas Association of Business, has decided to make public his stance on the new NAFTA agreement. In this sense,...

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