Jesús Enrique Pablo
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Jesús Enrique Pablo Dorantes
Chairman of the Advisory Board
National Academy for Environmental Impact AMIA, A.C
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The court has ratified the Mining Law’s constitutionality regarding indigenous communities. What comes next?
Automotive parts
News Article
Between March and June 2020, 64,285 automotive jobs were lost. By October 2020, 49,017 of them had been recovered, says INEGI.
Grinding
News Article
The pandemic is still affecting Mexico’s automotive sector, which started the year with decreased production and sales.
The Week in Automotive
Weekly Roundups
Sector leaders expect the sector to grow 24 percent in 2021. Commercial vehicle production dropped 31.4 percent. This is the Week in Automotive!
Industry
News Article
Mexican auto parts play a huge role in American imports and the new USMCA could come with growth in Mexico’s industry.
Oursourcing
News Article
Outsourcing has been helpful to the Mexican automotive industry, so industry experts warn about the risks of improper regulation.
Jesús Enrique Pablo-Dorantes
Expert Contributor
Jesús Enrique Pablo-Dorantes
Chairman of the Advisory Board
Mexican Academy of Environmental Impact |AMIA
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http://www.amia.org.mx/
President López Obrador repeated that no more open-pit or open-pit mining concessions would be allowed. What does that mean for the mining sector?
Car Welding
News Article
The Mexican automotive industry saw two consecutive months of increased production, good news for a year with diminished FDI.
Abandoned station
News Article
Mexico’s regional automotive supply chain faces security challenges that hinder production and investments.
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