Mexico Automotive Summit 2021/2022
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Mexico’s President said that the exploitation of lithium will foster new automotive investments. This and more in the weekly roundup.
US Capitol
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The act considers vehicle components from Mexico as originating from the US.
Mexico Automotive Summit
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The automotive industry requires safety, performance and cost-effectiveness; advanced building materials could be the key to achieve these goals.
Ricardo Anaya, Product Manager, Qualcomm
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Ricardo Anaya
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Qualcomm
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With 5G, vehicles will enhance their ability to communicate with each other and their surrounding infrastructure, says Qualcomm’s Ricardo Anaya.
Lithium exploitation
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The automotive sector could be among those that benefit the most from the country’s lithium endeavors, announced López Obrador.
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Volkswagen’s plant in Puebla will allocate one of the most modern operations of the brand.
EV
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The partnership between Quantum and Potencia Industrial will bring the Quantum E4 to the Mexican market.
Driver and Passenger Airbag
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Autoliv’s US$60 million investment will create over 3,000 jobs in the state
Car tail light
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AMIA reported an 8 percent decrease in light vehicle sales in July 2022, for a total of 83,317 units.
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