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Weekly Roundups
Second-hand vehicle growth, USMCA disputes and modesty as the year comes to an end.
Puebla
News Article
Puebla’s OEMs are not too welcoming of local providers, says CANACINTRA’s José María Salazar.
Victor Sánchez
Expert Contributor
Victor Sánchez
President
Red OTT México
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Opportunity exists to open a culture of innovation that integrates disruptive changes based on tech transfer, says Victor Sánchez.
Enoch Castellanos
Expert Contributor
Enoch Castellanos
President
National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/enoch-castellanos-ferez-16624623/
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https://canacintra.org.mx/camara/
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2020 brought us tragedies and danger. 2021 should be the year we change speed and hit the accelerator on the right path for Mexico, says Castellanos.
Airplane
Weekly Roundups
MBN contributors give recommendations to Mexico’s aerospace industries. This and more in your weekly aerospace roundup!
Jorge Rivadeneyra Díaz, President of CANACINTRA Queretaro
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Jorge Rivadeneyra Díaz
President
CANACINTRA Queretaro
Queretaro’s manufacturing sectors prepare for a recovery as the world waits for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Apples
Weekly Roundups
Negotiations regarding outsourcing will be put on hold, says the president.
Agricultural workers
News Article
Influential organizations presented a joint statement against the government’s plan to ban all outsourcing.
Querétaro Train
News Article
The planned construction for the Mexico City-Queretaro train creates positive expectations for the state of Queretaro.
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