René Espinosa, President, FEMIA; Plant Manager, Metal Finishing Company
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René Espinosa
President/ Plant Manager
FEMIA / Metal Finishing Company
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The aerospace sector will begin recovering by late 2022 and realize a full recovery by 2024, says René Espinosa, President of FEMIA.
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Boeing is falling behind on getting the 737 Max 10 certified in 2022.
David Martínez López
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David Martínez López
Director of SPV's México
Envision Energy
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Mexico has undeniable wind power potential but will it soon have a made-in-Mexico wind turbine generator? David Martínez López looks at the issue.
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E-commerce demand skyrocketed after the pandemic, giving the cargo industry numerous growth opportunities.
Jael Duran
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Jael Duran
Managing Director
Canadian Chamber of Commerce CanChamMx
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As CanCham turns 40, the Chamber aims to provide members and partners a consolidated platform to find new business opportunities, writes Jael Duran.
Pedro Gracia González
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Pedro Gracia González
President
Industrial Cluster of Aguascalientes
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A society is made up of public and private sectors that further society’s development. A triple-helix cluster has a key role, writes Pedro Gracia.
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