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Despite global challenges, the auto parts market has surpassed expectations and vehicle sales have increased.
Fernando Enciso Pérez Rubio
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Fernando Enciso Pérez Rubio
Director Mexico
Grupo Surman
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The landscape has changed for auto dealers in ways no one had expected. What will be the result? Fernando Enciso Pérez Rubio explains.
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Banxico and INEGI’s quarterly reports highlight Mexico’s economic challenges
Carlos del Rio
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Carlos del Rio
CEO
Credimotion
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The data shows there is plenty of room for more players in the auto financing segment and startups can play a big role, writes Carlos del Rio.
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Automotive industry representatives responded to the recent corruption accusations.
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The federal program for the legalization of illegally imported vehicles is facing barriers in its online and in-person registration processes.
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News Article
While Mexicans have historically favored traditional car ownership, new alternatives are becoming popular among younger generations.
The Week in Automotive
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Automotive exports to the US remain strong, while SUV sales stand out in a still contracting domestic market. This and more in this week’s roundup!
The Week in Automotive
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GM workers in Silao are voting to elect a new union, as SINTTIA aims to beat hegemonic CTM. Read this and more in your weekly roundup!
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